Help Kids Against Hunger reach its 100,000-meal mark during Saturday of Service

grouphungerKids Against Hunger is a Case Western Reserve University student organization that aims to significantly reduce hunger in the Cleveland area and around the world. To this end, Kids Against Hunger works with local partner in Cleveland to pack and distribute highly nutritious, vitamin-fortified soy-rice casserole.

Every semester, the organization hosts a packing event on Saturday of Service. Thanks to generous sponsors and more than 100 volunteers, the organization packs about 25,000 meals per event, which are given to the Cleveland Foodbank to distribute to various shelters and soup kitchens.

On Nov. 9 in Carlton Commons, Kids Against Hunger will hit the 100,000-meal mark. This event is a significant step forward and helps the organization reach its ultimate goal of packing 250,000 meals within the next five years.

To find out more about the packaged food, visit

To be a part of this milestone and help the group reach its goals, donate at or sign up to volunteer.

To find out more about CWRU Kids Against Hunger, visit