Hunger Busters’ 365 Challenge gives each one of us the chance to make a big difference in the lives of Dallas’ less fortunate children. Author Sally Koch said it best; “Great opportunities to help others seldom come, but small ones surround us daily.” MORE

Help serve even more underpriviliged kids and shine a light on child hunger when you wear the exclusive, reversible FEED THE NEED necklace designed by

Feeding Kids, Fueling Futures

Our dear friend Ken Campbell recently passed away after a short battle with Multiple Myeloma cancer. As a long time volunteer for Hunger Busters, he impacted the lives of so many others including thousands of children through the “Feed the Need” program. Ken’s two great passions were bringing diverse peoples together through volunteer community service and the campaign for the elimination of hunger in North Texas. He will be truly missed.

 

2014 Hunger Busters Raffle Winners

eatZis dinner for 10 – Mike George

Golf Foursome Old American Golf Club – Jay Young

Roberto Cavalli purse – Julia Hollis

60” LED TV – Jason Shanks

Nick & Sams Dinner – Nora Earley

Ipad Mini – Diana Domminga

Dallas Zoo Tickets (4) – Travis Briggs

Basketball Goal – Lyssa Jenkens

BBQ set – Vmdsan Goodner

Bike – Joe Crafton

Around the world of Romano – Danya Casey

Bike- Elizabeth Judice

Ipad Retna – Mike Tonti

Ranger Tickets – Anna Brewer

 

Hunger Busters’ mission is to provide a much-needed third meal of the day to food-insecure children.

Why we’re here

Over 137,000 (87%) of the children attending Dallas schools rely on school-subsidized breakfast and/or lunch as their only resource for food. All too often, these children go without dinner. Many of them have nothing to eat from school lunch one day until school breakfast the next.

What we do

Hunger Busters “Feed the Need” after school program provides an evening meal to many of these hungry kids throughout the year. With the help of committed volunteers, continuing and new partners and donors, Hunger Busters will take a big bite out of Dallas’ childhood hunger epidemic.

This website would not be possible without the generous support of Alliance Data.