School Breakfast Scorecard

School Breakfast Scorecard

Annual Scorecard Reveals More Low-Income Children Start Their Day with a Healthy School Breakfast; Too Many Still Missing Out Media Contact: Emily Pickren epickren@frac.org 202-640-1118 West Virginia at Number One; Utah Ranks Last Companion Report Shows Breakfast...
Seeing Hope

Seeing Hope

What does hope look like? This is one of the questions we here at Feeding Missouri have been pondering during this, the year of hope. It’s not an easy question to answer. Most people know what hope feels like, but can hope actually be seen when it’s at work in...
Defining Hope

Defining Hope

Sometimes you can use or hear a word so much that it loses its meaning. “Awesome” is an example that comes to mind. It’s used to describe generally positive things or events, but how often is it used to describe something that truly induces awe? “Hope” is another one....
A Year of Hope

A Year of Hope

What does hope mean to you? Hope is one of those words that tend to lose a bit of power with overuse, but when hope is alive and at work in the life of someone in need, it is one of the most powerful forces known to man. So what is hope exactly? The Feeding Missouri...
MO Farmers Share the Harvest

MO Farmers Share the Harvest

By Matthew Ernst – September 26, 2017 If farming has one overarching purpose, it’s to feed people – especially those in need of food. Today, through innovative partnerships with food banks, Missouri farmers and agricultural businesses are feeding the hungry....
MO Farmers Feed Missouri

MO Farmers Feed Missouri

by Scott Baker, State Director for Feeding Missouri Whenever I’m given the opportunity to speak to people about hunger in Missouri, I always try to make two points very clear: Hunger does exist in Missouri – in every county and in every part of the state. The answer...