Fight Hunger with Crenshaw
Crenshaw is imaginary. Childhood hunger isn’t.
Did you know...
- Nearly one in five kids in America lives in a household that struggles to put food on the table.
- Three out of five K–8 public school teachers say they regularly see students come to school hungry.
- Teachers of hungry kids spend, on average, about $37 of their own money each month to buy food for students.
How You Can Help
Organize a food drive for your school or community.
- Download the digital tool kit to help promote the food drive in your community!
But I can’t organize my own food drive!
- Bring nonperishable food items to a local food pantry.
- Make a monetary donation to No Kid Hungry, and learn more about how you can fight childhood hunger on their website.
See a map of all of the bookstores that participated in the Crenshaw National Food Drive!