Hunger

Caring Cornucopias

Thanksgiving is a time of year for families to sit together and talk about the things that they are grateful for while enjoying a traditional Thanksgiving meal. There are many families who will not have the opportunity to celebrate this holiday, as they might like to, and some live in your own town. You can make a difference by assembling a Thanksgiving basket .Read more

Bank on Our Help

Food banks need food, but they also need people power to get food into the hands of those who need it. You can lend a helping hand, while learning about the hunger needs in your community.Read more
A Lemonade Difference

A Lemonade Difference!

Lemonade stands or other beverage stands are a great way to raise extra money for many different causes. Set up your stand at a sports event, tag sale, park or wherever thirsty neighbors are likely to walk by. Let them know who you are (make posters with the name of your Kids Care Club) and what cause you are supporting with the change they will give you for their drink purchases. Having flyers on hand to give out when requested, explaining the...Read more
Penny Power

Penny Power!

One penny will not buy much but thousands of pennies can make a difference! Do you want to earn a significant amount of money in a short period of time to implement projects or support a cause? Organize a Kids Care Clubs Penny Power! collection.Read more
Stocking Surprise

Stocking Surprise

Your club can surprise seniors and veterans during the holidays with a Kids Care Clubs Stocking Surprise . Seniors who receive Meals On Wheels, or live in nursing homes or retirement homes, veterans, living in hospitals, homes or shelters, also love to be remembered during the holidays.Read more
Give Me Five

Give Me Five!

Kids who eat between 5 and 9 servings of fruit and vegetables are developing life long healthy eating habits. The problem is that most kids do not eat 5 servings of fruits and vegetables daily. Your club can collect a variety of fruits and vegetables at your sponsoring organization, your local supermarket or door-to-door in your neighborhood for distribution to families in need. Families with limited household incomes eat fewer fresh fruits and...Read more

Food For Thought

Did you know that children grow and develop rapidly and have an increased need for energy. Kids who don't get enough to eat won't have as much energy and might have difficulty concentrating. What can you do? Grow and donate healthy snacks to keep kids' brains and bodies moving!Read more

Stone Soup

Soup is a very nutritious and easy-to-serve meal. Some soup kitchens and homeless shelters are happy to receive donations of homemade soups for their guests! Homemade soup for over a hundred people is a big job for one person, but you can be like the three clever soldiers in Stone Soup by Marcia Brown . The soldiers seemed to create a delicious soup from "nothing." When each club member contributes one item for your soup, the result will be a...Read more

You CAN do it! Food Collection

Did you know? More than enough food is wasted in America than is needed to feed everyone in the country who experiences food insecurity and hunger. Imagine being super hungry and not having any food in the house! Project: Collect canned food or other nonperishable food to donate to a food bank or soup kitchen. Disclaimer: I promise to get my parent or caregiver's permission to participate in this project. Click here to download project...Read more

Souper Kids Soup Kitchen

More families, including working middle class families, are turning to soup kitchens for their meals. Your club can help raise awareness of the needs of your local soup kitchen while raising funds and collecting non-perishable food to stock their shelves. A Kids Care Clubs Soup Kitchen Dinner can bring your community together while involving helping hands of all ages!Read more

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