Want an individual or group project that can help feed hungry children here in Brevard? Pizza Gallery is sponsoring this year's chosen Chidren's Hunger Project Scarecrow for the Harvest Festival at the Avenue Viera.
All we need is your sketch, and the name of your scarecrow, submitted by September 9th. The chosen scarecrow's name will be submitted to Viera Voice on September 10th. Click here for more details.
Your scarecrow should represent the mission of The Children’s Hunger Project. Drawings may include features such as our t-shirt, a backpack, or items that are supplied in our food packages.
The winner will receive a Children’s Hunger Project gift basket including our t-shirt and various goodies.
Scarecrows must be completed and available for public viewing on site by 9:30 a.m. Wednesday Oct. 3 and remain through 5pm Wednesday Oct. 17. For more details, click here. For sponsorship information, click here.
Victory Church and Victory Kids Sports brought volunteers, resources, and food supplies to help further the cause of feeding hunrgy kids on weekends, with the determination: "Let’s upgrade a child’s life" The Children’s Hunger Project serves thousands of kids who go home hungry everyday from school. Thrivent Financial, who partnered to help through their Live Generously Program, believes in "See a need? Meet a need." Food was bought, paid for and packed by Thrivent, representatives of Victory Church, and volunteers.
Brevard County School Board members selected Dr. Mark Mullins as the next Superintendent of Schools. Dr. Mullins has worked for the school district since 1994, and is keenly aware of the impact of our program on school children. He has said "Not only does the certainty of having food after the school week is over provide the basic essential needs of students to remain focused on learning all week long; perhaps another unanticipated outcome is it serves as a motivator to actually keep kids in school."
7 Brevard area restaurants., dozens of smiling employees. countless subs, hundreds of community partners and long lines of volunteers, supporters and friends.
OVER $32,000 RAISED! Thank you for eating at Jersey Mike’s in March to help end child hunger in Brevard!
Victory Kid Sports has partnered with several other local organizations to provide family-friendly fun on Saturday, Aug. 11 at Crane Park, to help kick off the 2018 school year.
The “Back to School Blowout” kicks off with a 3-on-3 basketball tournament, featuring trophies for youth and adults. Bounce houses, food and an American Ninja Warrior course are part of the day's events. This event is free to all who bring anything off this food list. All food donations will go to The Children’s Hunger Project.
Good news for children in need of weekend meals this school year. DLYTED raised over $500 through those going on the Business Acceleration Summit cruise in September on Royal Caribbean. Those going on the at-sea summit, or speaking, who donated to The Children's Hunger Project, are Juliet Clark, David Dunworth, and Ilene Gottleib. We appreciate you from the bottom of our hearts for supporting feeding children at risk of weekend hunger in Brevard!
Shop, earn, and give without costing you a penny. With DLYTED, supporting The Children's Hunger Project is simple and even fun. Did you know that AMAZON PRIME DAY JULY 16TH is a perfect opportunity to give to The Children's Hunger Project through DLYTED? Plan your spending, sign up with DLYTED, and order e-gift certificates for your own shopping (or for others). Using the gift certificates means that 2% of your total purchase will support feeding hungry kids. Make giving go further when you sign into AmazonSmile before making your Prime Day purchases!
North Brevard Rotary designed a fundraiser specifically to help feed hungry children in Brevard, and presented Cheryl Cominsky, TCHP Community Outreach Coordinator with a check at the Charter Installation Dinner in June. Their first fundraiser was the "Solo:A Star Wars Story" Dinner and Movie night. Please visit their Facebook page to let them know how much we appreciate their support!
Trinity Fitness held an event this summer supporting The Children's Hunger Project, and raised enough money to feed 32 more kids this coming school year!
Their mission is to inspire people through group fitness to get in the best physical and spiritual shape of their lives.
They are at multiple locations throughout Brevard.