Partnership will connecting kids to federal food and nutrition programs
Gov. Bev Perdue joined Durham Mayor Bill Bell, Share Our Strength® and NC Serves, the lead nonprofit working with the North Carolina Commission on Volunteerism and Community Service, to launch the No Kid Hungry® North Carolina partnership today. The public-private partnership will aim to end childhood hunger by using proven strategies to increase the number of North Carolina children who eat meals through programs funded by the federal government such as the School Breakfast ...
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