Dedicate your big day to No Kid Hungry. Ask friends & family to donate in lieu of gifts this year.
Run, walk or crawl through mud at your favorite event. All while raising money to feed kids.
Bring out the kid at heart and do something crazy to help hungry kids in America.
Hosting a Friendsgiving celebration is a fun way for you and your friends to come together and give back to kids in need.
Let’s Get Started
How will you raise money for hungry kids? Let your personal interests or hobbies influence your fundraising efforts.
Tell Your Story
The key to fundraising is telling your story – to everyone you know. What drew you to No Kid Hungry and why did you decide to fundraise?
Traci and her family organize an Oktoberfest in their community every year. They dress up and munch on large soft pretzels to help ensure schools get the things they need – like carts and equipment – to make breakfast a part of the school day and serve afterschool meals.
This energetic bunch hosted an exercise class to give kids access to meals in the summer and take part in activities that keep them healthy and happy.
Farrah and Dylan
Planned a “Guac Off” at their university to help give families the tools they need to cook healthy meals and stretch their food budgets. That’s right – a competition based on eating and judging different types of guacamole. YUM!
Unlike most kids her age, Jocelyn forgoes gifts every year for her birthday. Since she was 5 years old she has chosen to ask for donations instead to make sure children are being fed breakfast every morning at school.