For the last few years, I’ve enjoyed participating in Moms Fighting Hunger and No Kid Hungry activities during September. I’ve been amazed at all the creative ideas I’ve seen online for helping kids get involved.
Hunger Awareness Activities for Kids
“Sesame Street: Growing Hope Against Hunger Highlight Reel”
“Every Can Counts” by the Children of Moms Fighting Hunger
You’ll find lots of great hunger awareness activities for kids in the Moms Fighting Hunger blog hops:
I also want to highlight a few inspiring blog posts and hunger awareness resources for kids.
I have a roundup post featuring creative ways for “Using Children’s Books to Raise Awareness about Hunger.”
The Good Long Road had a “Very Hungry Caterpillar Virtual Food Drive” along with many other great hunger awareness activities (such as “11 Simple Ways Kids Can Get Involved during Hunger Action Month”).
The Pleasantest Thing has “Easy Ideas to Get Kids Involved in the Fight Against Hunger.”
Moments a Day has “5 Activities to Teach Preschoolers about Hunger.”
Frogs Snails and Puppy Dog Tails had a “Mini Can Food Drive – To Help Teach Children to Give.”
Kids Activities Blog has a “Grocery Store Scavenger Hunt to Feed a Hungry Child.”
Toddler Approved decorated a “big bag of love” and filled it with food for the local food bank.
Fun-a-Day! wrote about a Fun Run linked to Feed America.
Pennies of Time had a hunger dinner.
Teach Mama got the whole family involved in packing sandwiches along with handwritten notes for a soup kitchen.
Feeding America has free toolkits for children and families.
Gleaners Food Bank in Michigan has a Kids Helping Kids program with some great ideas for getting kids involved.
Youth Changing the World has a post with “10 Ways You Can Help End Childhood Hunger.”
Action Against Hunger has a free Students Taking Action Kit.
I have more hunger awareness posts, including some word art freebies and hunger awareness quotes.
Do you have any projects planned for Hunger Action Month or the National Day of Service?
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