Support the fight against childhood hunger. For every Navigate Journal sold, $2 (20 meals) will be donated across the country to a child in need through No Kid Hungry!
Size: 5.3” x 8”
Faux Leather Softcover
Matte Gold Trim
120gsm, Ivory Colored Paper
1 Ivory Ribbon Bookmark
192 Lined Pages
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No child should go hungry in America. But in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, 1 in 6 kids could face hunger. No Kid Hungry is working to end childhood hunger by helping launch and improve programs that give all kids the healthy food they need to thrive. This is a problem we know how to solve. No Kid Hungry is a campaign of Share Our Strength, an organization committed to ending hunger and poverty.
Schools are at the center of our communities and our kids’ lives. Parents know and trust the people who work at their neighborhood schools, and schools have the facilities and staff needed to feed kids every day. That’s why school meals programs are at the heart of No Kid Hungry’s work.
No Kid Hungry is providing grants to schools and community groups across the country so they can afford what they need to feed kids. During the coronavirus pandemic, tens of thousands of school meals programs suddenly needed all kinds of equipment, from delivery trucks to protective gear for workers to packaging for delivery meals.