Watch This: Out of school, out of food

Hunger is a chronic problem in Oklahoma.  In 2009, 28 percent of the state’s children lived in households that reported problems maintaining food security during the past year, the highest percentage in the country.  This four-minute video from No Kid Hungry explores the role of summer food programs, some privately-run and some supported with federal dollars, in feeding children whose families rely on meals during the school year to help stretch their grocery budget.  Click here to learn more about Oklahoma’s Summer Food Service Program (SFSP).


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