Register to raise funds for No Kid Hungry. Chapters only need to register once. If you registered last year you are good to go! Only registered chapters will be eligible for incentives prizes and recognition at Nationals.
To be eligible for incentive prizes, funds raised must be submitted by May 1st. Mail checks, payable to Share Our Strength to:
Share Our Strength
Attention: FCCLA Fundraising
1730 M Street NW
Washington, DC 20036
- Share Our Strength’s 501(c)(3) letter of determination
- Share Our Strength W9 form
- About the Partnership
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Community Service Certificate- Award this certificate to students who go above and beyond.
- Cooking Matters® Educational Tools - Pick from 5 different tool kits that will help you teach your students about healthy eating!
- Coins for Kids Curriculum, Elementary School Students
- Sample Parent Letter
- No Kid Hungry Pledge Sheet for Kids
- The Sodexo School Engagement Grant Program- 10 grantees will receive a $5,000 planning grant to support learning about the incidence of childhood hunger in their community, and in leading meaningful activities that facilitate access to nutritious food for all children, especially those most at risk.
- YSA’s Semester of Service Strategy Guide- A guide to help teachers to develop and implement a high-impact, strategic plan of action to engage young people in serving and learning in their communities.
- Activity Database for Elementary School Students
- Activity Database for Middle School Students
- Activity Database for High School Students
- Help Your Students Gain Access to Healthy Foods
- School Garden Grants-Learn more about applying to get a school garden built at your school. Support and Expand Your School’s Breakfast Program
- Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program- Find out if your elementary school is eligible to receive free fruit and vegetable snacks.
- Chefs Move! to Schools- Team up with your principal and sign up to work with a local Chef to help educate your students about food and nutrition.
- Free and Reduced-Price Lunch Application
- Food Bank Locator
- generationOn Learning to Give Curriculum
- Selfless Sam (K-2)-This lesson introduces young students to concepts about homelessness, hunger and the benefits of giving selflessly.
- Helping Hands Across the World (3-5)-This lesson raises awareness of the needs of others who are unable to provide a balanced nutritious diet for their own families.
- Community Table, Community Ties (3-5)-Students explore ways individuals and community agencies interact with others for the common good in this lesson.
- Hunger and Your Community (6-8)-Students explore food scarcity and abundance in this lesson. They identity a need in their community and take action to help reduce poverty, hunger, or poor nutrition.
- Making a Difference in the World (9-12)-In this lesson, students learn how different sectors of society address the issue of hunger. Students reflect on the importance of philanthropic actions.
- Hunger Hurts (9-12)-In this lesson, students develop an awareness of and sensitivity to hunger issues in their community and world through historical cases and current programs.