Hundreds of libraries are now serving federally funded summer meals to children to ensure that they don’t go hungry. The change is part of an effort to stay relevant to patrons, and to pair nutrition and educational activities so low-income children get summertime learning, too.
July 31, 2017
Rappahannock County Public Schools have been recognized by Virginia Gov. Terry and First Lady Dorothy McAuliffe as a winner of the Food for Thought Competition.
July 28, 2017
A variety of breakfast funding opportunities are currently available to help grow your Breakfast after the Bell program!
July 27, 2017
Free breakfast and lunch will be available for all students at Coeburn Primary and Middle Schools, Union Primary and Middle Schools, J.W. Adams Combined School, St. Paul Elementary and Wise Primary.
July 26, 2017
Thanks to the Community Eligibility Provision, all Henry County students now have access to free school meals.
July 20, 2017
In King George, Carolyn Anita Davis, Coordinator of Food Service with King George County Public Schools, and her team are working to make a positive impact in their community. In partnership with community-based organizations, such as Virginia Cooperative Extension and Love They Neighbor, Anita has been able to enhance her summer feeding program.
July 19, 2017
Many children rely on school meals, but when the summer arrives, those meals can disappear. Several locations throughout Franklin County and other surrounding areas are continuing to offer free school meals throughout the summer. One such location participating in the Free Summer Meals/No Kid Hungry program is Antioch Church of the Brethren in Rocky Mount.
July 17, 2017
Richmond Mayor Levar Stoney, who helped distribute lunch Tuesday at the community center said that making sure low-income students get a nutritious meal year-round is critical.
July 12, 2017
In school cafeterias throughout the county, it certainly doesn’t feel like summer vacation. They’re busy with an army of employees working early morning hours to make sure no child in Loudoun goes hungry.
July 12, 2017