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It Takes All of Us

We can always do more when we work together. At Feed the Children, we know that the only way to end childhood hunger is through collaboration. That’s why we supply hundreds of nonprofit partners across the country with food and resources to reach children and families who need them.

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What is Community Partnership?

Without our community partners’ hard work, we wouldn’t be able to do our own. Serving vulnerable communities in cities, towns and rural areas across the United States, our partners are heroes who can impact struggling families directly in the areas where they live. In fiscal year 2022, we supported more than 700 U.S. community partners—including food banks and food pantries, churches, outreach organizations and after-school programs—through gift-in-kind donations from our corporate partners. In the fight against hunger, everyone has a role to play.

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Our History

Established over 40 years ago, Feed the Children is one of the leading anti-hunger organizations.

We dare to envision a world where no child goes to bed hungry. To help create that world, we are dedicated to helping families and communities achieve stable lives and to reducing the need for help tomorrow—all while providing food and assistance to help them today.

In the United States we distribute product donations of food and other items from corporate donors through our network of local community partners, we provide classroom support and school supplies to students in vulnerable areas, and we mobilize resources quickly to aid recovery efforts when natural disasters strike.

Internationally, we manage child-focused community development programs that focus on reducing hunger and malnutrition, teaching health and promoting self-reliance in 8 countries in Asia, Africa, and Latin American.

We welcome partnerships because we know that our work would not be possible without collaborative relationships. We seek to connect donors, partners, experts, volunteers, leaders, and communities to raise awareness about childhood hunger and make it a thing of the past. That’s something we can only do together.

Danicia and Amelia

Danicia and Amelia rely heavily on the aid provided by local community partners like Elijah’s Heart, which receives food and essentials from Feed the Children. They get vitamins, food, clothes for Amelia, and books that they can read together.

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Maureen's Health

When Maureen was a year and a half old, her family could only afford one meal per day. She was malnourished as a result of constant poverty. But now, thanks to Feed the Children and the Tiwalere II project, she is growing strong and healthy

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Teacher Store: Bridging The Gap

In 2020, the coronavirus changed how we work, but it didn’t lessen the need. We brainstormed ways to balance helping teachers with keeping them safe and came up with a new model: the pop-up Teacher Store.

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Successful Partnerships

The most important resources that we need from Feed the Children are the large quantities of food that are ready to deliver. Those are just great tools, a great resource and we know we are meeting a serious need in our community.
- Anna Clement, Mission OKC
COVID-19 has impacted the way we reach out to the people of our community by increasing all that the Buffalo Dream Center is doing. With the demand for food increasing and families in need, we’ve had to make sure that we’re out there in the community helping people and we couldn’t do that without Feed the Children. Feed the Children is an important part of what we do here in Buffalo New York at the Buffalo Dream Center. Feed the Children enables us to go out into the community, and not only bring food, but bring hope and encouragement to the families during this pandemic.
- Eric Johns, Buffalo Dream Center, NY
Feed the Children is a critical partner for us right now. They are providing us with the essential supplies that our clients need in order to survive. The most important items that Feed the Children is providing us with are hygiene items for those who are unsheltered and nourishment for those who are food insecure.
- Meghan Mueller, Director of Community Capacity Building, Homeless Alliance of Oklahoma
Feed the Children is an important partner because they help us provide a variety of food…These products are wonderful for us and really help increase our services to our community.
- Darien Human, Director of Social Services, The Salvation Army, Allentown, PA

Get In Touch

It takes the power of all of us working together to end childhood hunger. When you contact Feed the Children, you won’t get a robot — you’ll get a person just like you who is invested in helping kids grow up healthy and strong. We’re happy to talk with you about what we do and how you can help. Just fill out the contact form below to get in touch with us. You can also give us a phone call, write an email, or send a physical letter.

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