Feed Your Community

FEED KIDS Grants help schools and organizations break down barriers to food access ensuring that Maine children have the nutrition they need to grow, learn, and thrive.

Grants Overview

FEED KIDS Grants provide much-needed funding to support best practices in implementation and expansion of USDA Child Nutrition Programs like School Breakfast, Summer Meals, and Afterschool Meals.

Available Grants

Mar 2 - Apr 10

Oakhurst Afterschool Meals Grant Program

Apr 1 - May 15

School Breakfast Grant Program

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Summer Meals Grant Program

Mar 2 - Mar 31

2020 School Breakfast Challenge

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Full Plates Emergency Fund

CACFP At-Risk Afterschool Meals:

Portland Public Schools

Afterschool meals are critical for children to learn, grow, and thrive. When kids get to afterschool programming, it’s been hours since they’ve had lunch. They are hungry. When schools don’t offer an afterschool meal program, kids often leave school with lunch being their last meal of the day....

Grant Results

FEED KIDS Grants are continually expanding their reach in Maine schools and communities. Here’s a look at the impact we’re having around the state with the help of our partners, supporters, and community.

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164
Grants
Given

321,971
Dollars Awarded

243,716
New Meals Served

543,509
Federal Dollars Reimbursed

Hunger in Maine Schools

Use the Hunger in Maine Schools Map to learn about child hunger in your community and around the state.

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