We could not do our work without the support of our diverse community, including Walkers, donors, public policy makers, teachers, and Volunteers.
Because of Teacher Champion Jennifer Amendola, hungry students in Brighton have something to eat on the weekends.
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Children and Schools
Because of Teacher Champion Harry Brandt, students in Chicopee are learning all about growing their own food.
Because of Teacher Champion Kelly Cronin, students in Salem are cooking up a storm.
Children and Schools,
Because of Teacher Champion Priyadarshini Kumar, Clarence E. Edwards Middle School has a new breakfast smoothie machine and the beginnings of a morning snack program.
Your donation right now will allow more hungry kids to start their school day with breakfast.
If you can't be there on May 3, support someone who will be!
Your donation in support of a participant will fund programs that prevent hunger in Massachusetts.
If you don't know someone participating, make a donation directly to the Walk for Hunger to support everyone who will be on Boston Common on May 3.
The Walk for Hunger®
145 Border Street
East Boston, MA