Sodexo Stop Hunger Foundation

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Sodexo Stop Hunger Foundation

Sodexo Stop Hunger Foundation, the charitable arm of Sodexo, Inc.was created with the mission to ensure that every child in the United States grows up with dependable access to enough nutritious food to enable them to lead a healthy, productive life. Sodexo, Inc. funds all administrative costs for Sodexo Stop Hunger Foundation to ensure that all money raised helps those in need. Since its inception, the Foundation has granted more than $27 million to alleviate child hunger. 

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Time for Youth to Take Childhood Hunger and Nutrition Personally
Alexis Leary Sodexo Government Affairs Intern As the summer winds down, so does my internship. I can’t help but wonder what college is going to be like when I return. Who’s going to be living in my residence halls? How long is the walk to my first class? What will my senior year be like? But for one in five school-aged children in America, they...
Aug 13, 2015 10:00 AM ET
From One Student to Others: Youth Engagement, Building Awareness Keys to Fighting Hunger in Local Communities
Riya RahmanNo Kid Hungry Youth Ambassador Prior to joining the No Kid Hungry Youth Ambassador program, I was not aware how widespread the issue of childhood...
Aug 11, 2015 10:00 AM ET
Ending Childhood Hunger, Starting with Los Angeles
Dana Massimiani Chef de Cuisine at Sodexo at Loyola Marymount University Did you know that children are at risk of going hungry in Los Angeles County more than in any other county in the nation based on a report from Feeding America? According to ...
Jul 29, 2015 1:20 PM ET
Nourishing Young Minds and Bodies
Nourishing Young Minds and BodiesBy Diane Baker-King It is one thing to read an article or hear a news story about hunger; however, it’s another thing to witness it firsthand.  More than 16 million children live in households that lack the means to get...
Jul 16, 2015 1:30 PM ET
Summer Hunger: Hard To Forget
By Bill Shore Founder and CEO, Share our Strength These hot summer days inevitably make me nostalgic for my childhood in Pittsburgh. For me, like most kids, summer meant lazy days playing in the sprinkler and waiting for the magic moment when my parents would suggest we go out for ice cream. But for kids like Paul, summer prompts a very different memory....
Jun 22, 2015 12:30 PM ET