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Nourishing futures for every student.

FoodCorps envisions a future in which every child, in every school, experiences the joy and power of food.

And that future is soon. Our goal: by 2030, every child in America has access to food education and nourishing food in schools.

FoodCorps Service Member Katie Kamimoto and a student harvest carrots at Mar Vista Elementary. (Oxnard, CA)

Nourishing futures for every student. Nourishing futures for every student.

Here’s What You Can Do

Serve in the Corps

Make a difference by teaching kids about healthy food and helping schools become healthier places to grow and learn.

FoodCorps in Your Community

FoodCorps’ partners—schools, districts, and community organizations—are looking to make progress in elevating food education and nourishing meals in school.

Join the Movement

Take action in your community and across the nation by joining FoodCorps’ action network. No matter who you are or what you do, you can help change the school food system.

Donate to FoodCorps

Help FoodCorps continue our work toward nourishing futures for all kids.

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FoodCorps Service Member Cindy Flowers teaches a lesson to students at Aberdeen Elementary School. (Aberdeen, NC)

Food is a pathway to justice.

And we’re committed to following that path ourselves. Learn more about the moves we’re making for a more just FoodCorps.

Action for Equity & Inclusion

Every child could benefit from this… Every child should have that experience to dig in the dirt and to plant something and see it grow.

—Barb Schmitz, Guidance Counselor, Wings Park Elementary (Oelwein, IA)

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A fourth grader at Wings Park Elementary observes soil. (Oelwein, IA)

From the Skillet

Our home for the latest stories, news, and resources about food in schools.

Inside FoodCorps’ Onyx Crown Collective Retreat

Inside FoodCorps’ Onyx Crown Collective Retreat

“OCC is a group of chosen family that supports, encourages, and inspires one another.”

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It’s #TimeForFoodEd: June Policy Updates

It’s #TimeForFoodEd: June Policy Updates

Tell the White House it’s time to make food education the standard for every child in every school.

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What is the Healthy Meals, Healthy Kids Act?

What is the Healthy Meals, Healthy Kids Act?

This summer, the House Education and Labor Committee advanced the Healthy Meals, Healthy Kids Act—a much anticipated Child Nutrition Reauthorization (CNR) bill.

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FoodCorps Applauds House Committee for Prioritizing Children’s Health With Action on Child Nutrition Reauthorization

FoodCorps Applauds House Committee for Prioritizing Children’s Health With Action on Child Nutrition Reauthorization

The proposed CNR legislation provides funding and resources for key priorities that help support healthy kids and schools.

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New Report Calls for Federal Action on Child Nutrition, Food Education, School Kitchen and Meal Funding Ahead of White House Conference on Hunger, Nutrition, and Health

New Report Calls for Federal Action on Child Nutrition, Food Education, School Kitchen and Meal Funding Ahead of White House Conference on Hunger, Nutrition, and Health

FoodCorps has released a new report outlining key policy recommendations from education and school nutrition professionals ahead of the White House Conference on Hunger, Nutrition, and Health.

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Report: Nourishing Futures for Every Student

Report: Nourishing Futures for Every Student

Policy Recommendations from FoodCorps to the White House Conference on Hunger, Nutrition, and Health

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FoodCorps Launches #TimeForFoodEd Campaign to Support the Upcoming White House Conference on Nutrition, Hunger, and Health

FoodCorps Launches #TimeForFoodEd Campaign to Support the Upcoming White House Conference on Nutrition, Hunger, and Health

FoodCorps looks to participate in the upcoming White House Conference on Nutrition, Hunger, and Health by highlighting policies that support our children through food education.

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