Let's End Childhood Hunger.

By starting with what happens in schools

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By ensuring all students have access to school meals at no cost, more children could receive the nutrition they need at school — helping them to thrive.

Campaign Progress: Massachusetts Becomes 5th State to Guarantee Students Access to Free School Meals in 2022-2023

July 28, 2022 - Governor Baker signed into law a one-year extension of School Meals for All for the 2022-2023 school year!

Thanks to the leadership of the Feed Kids Campaign, Massachusetts committed to a 1-year extended universal school meals for the 2022-23 school year!

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The time is now.

COVID-19 has worsened our already pressing hunger crisis, especially for children. Food insecurity increased from 1 in 10 children to 1 in 5 households with children in Massachusetts. Join our coalition to pass School Meals for All legislation (S314/H714) that provides a solution that lasts far beyond the pandemic.

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Universal school meals — school meals available at no-cost to every student — have benefits that extend far beyond the lunch table. Research shows when a child is well fed, they perform better in school, are at lower risk for obesity, and adjust to social situations better. Additionally, by making meal access universal, we help remove stigma around economic status and family situation—creating a more equitable and just educational environment.

Congressman Jim McGovern and Project Bread staff pose with a Feed Kids Campaign Sign at Project Bread's office