Summer Harvest for Kids
The KSTP Summer Harvest for Kids campaign was created because we believe no Minnesota kid should go hungry over the summer. We've teamed up with local leaders in hunger relief this summer with the goal of raising $150,000 for Minnesota kids.

During the school year, more than 307,000 Minnesota children receive free or reduced-price school meals. But when summer arrives, only 17 percent of these kids continue to access meal programs*. That means that more than 250,000 kids are missing meals and not receiving the nutrition they need during the summer months.

You can provide lunch for a child throughout the summer for just $25.



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If you are looking for food assistance for your kids this summer, call the
MN Food Helpline at 1-888-711-1151.
*2016 statistics provided by the Summer Food Service Program, a USDA program operated by the Minnesota Department of Education.
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