New research finds if 70% of those eligible students who eat school lunch were also eating school breakfast in Arkansas we could see more than 6,000 additional graduates.Learn More »
Every child should start the school day with a healthy breakfast.Learn More »
Kids and teens 18 and younger can get free healthy meals during the summertime at sites across the state.Learn More »
There’s a comprehensive new report out from the White House Council of Economic Advisors that takes a look at the long-term effects that SNAP (also known as food stamps) has for kids.
It's been a few weeks since we last shared our weekly round-up of news about kids, hunger and poverty, so we've got some great stuff for you today; lots of big news from smart people that further prove that permanently ending childhood hunger in this country is well within our reach.