We know ending childhood hunger in Maine is possible because we have seen it first-hand. Non-profit organizations, businesses and government agencies are working collaboratively to make it happen. The state of Maine has a five-year blueprint to end childhood hunger, which is being spearheaded by the Commission to End Student Hunger and the Full Plates Full Potential campaign is connecting people, best practices and strategically granting money to end childhood food insecurity.
We would like to thank The Good Shepherd Food Bank, our network partner, for all their hard work on the 2016 Full Plates Full Potential Summer Meal site expansion grant program. It’s through dedicated partners and volunteers that we have the chance to reach more kids with meals when school is out.
Thank you for supporting Full Plate Full Potential.
John T. Woods
Full Plates Full Potential