Cooking Matters 6-week classes teach teens and adults how to shop for and prepare nutritious meals on a budget. This is an evidence-based curriculum that has been shown to reduce an individuals likelihood of remaining food insecure by approximately half.Find out more »
Join Governor Asa Hutchinson, Arkansas No Kid Hungry campaign stakeholders, educators, legislators and others to kick off School Breakfast Month in Arkansas. You will hear from superintendents and child nutrition directors about the benefits of starting Breakfast After the Bell programs that make a nutritious school breakfast part of the school day. More Arkansas kids are starting their days focused and ready to learn.Find out more »
Join Governor Asa Hutchinson, Arkansas No Kid Hungry stakeholders, the Arkansas Hunger Relief Alliance
and Arkansas educators to proclaim March as School Breakfast Month in Arkansas.
This free grocery store tour teaches participants how to shop for nutritious foods on a budget. At the end of the tour, participants receive a free $10 grocery gift card to purchase ingredients for a healthy dinner for four as part of the Cooking Matters Challenge.Find out more »
This year marks the 10th Anniversary of Serving up Solutions, the Alliance's annual fundraiser in cooperation with the Arkansas Legislative Hunger Caucus. Co-Chairs for this year's event are Former Governor and First Lady Mike and Ginger Beebe with Ruth and Lance Whitney. The former Governor and First Lady helped establish the annual event that began in 2007. The event is a bipartisan effort to bring increased awareness of hunger in our state and encourage participation by legislators in helping bring about policy…Find out more »