No Kid Hungry
Nearly 22 million low-income kids from communities across the country rely on the free and reduced-price meals they receive at school. For many, these meals may be the only nutritious food that they’ll receive on a given day. Nearly all public schools have closed in response to the coronavirus, affecting the millions of kids in America that rely on the meals they receive at school.
No Kid Hungry is providing emergency grants to schools, food banks and community groups across the country, advocating for policies that help families in need and diverting resources to the hardest-hit communities.
In the month of May, Bottle Shop will donate:
$1 for every bottle sold
$5 for every gift pack sold
No Kid Hungry is a national campaign run by Share Our Strength, a non-profit working to solve problems of hunger and poverty in the US and around the world.
Where our local community has received grants:
- Pomona Inland Valley Council of Churches: 3,600 meals a day
- Rancho Cucamonga Nonprofit Hope: 5,000 meals
- Azusa Unified School District: 16,000 meals a day
Map of where donor dollars have been distributed as grants in response to coronavirus-related school closings.