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Kids United Against Hunger

Crafting a Real World Experience

Kids United Against Hunger is a Long Island Cares initiative that educates and engages 6-12-year-old students. This program fosters awareness of food insecurity’s local impact while encouraging community involvement.

Through various activities, participants learn about the unique challenges faced by food-insecure families. The workshops are followed by discussions with Long Island Cares food banking experts.

The programs conclude with a community service project tied to the students’ newfound insights.

Upon completion, students receive a certificate and up to two hours of community service credit.

Virtual sessions are available upon request. Please contact Christine Brown at [email protected] or (631) 582-3663, ext.120, to learn more or register.