5th Annual Blogger Bake Sale for No Kid Hungry
Saturday, May 3rd
2014 Bloggers Bake Sale: company_logo

Every Year, bloggers across the country join the fight to end childhood hunger by hosting bake sales in their communities. In 2013, blogger bake sales raised more than $20,000 in one day! This year, Domino Sugar and C&H Sugar have graciously offered to donate $10,000 to the No Kid Hungry campaign on behalf of the blogger that raises the most funds at their bake sale.

Join them. Register your bake sale on the 2014 Blogger Bake Sale national team. Participation is open to all bloggers!

Or plan to stop by a blogger bake sale in your area.  Check out these blogs for bake sale details.

Christie Ison - Fancy Pants Foodie
North Little Rock

Charlotte Fron - Charlie Bakes
Palo Alto

Jordan Anderson - I'm Gonna Cook That

Tami Hardeman - Running with Tweezers

New Jersey
Clara Abebefe - Clara's Heart Sweet Delights

New York
Lillian Huang - Sweets By Sillianah

Fabiola Donnelly - Not Just Baked

Principal McElhaney from Maryland started an innovative breakfast program at his school three years ago with the help of the No Kid Hungry campaign. He is witnessing the effects of kids accessing a healthy breakfast every day.

Through the First Class Breakfast Initiative, Maryland Meals for Achievement and other efforts, the number of kids eating a free or reduced-price school breakfast daily in Maryland increased by more than 30,000 students between 2010 and 2012. More than 130 Maryland schools have moved breakfast out of the cafeteria in order to make it part of the school day, an innovative way to maximize participation among eligible students.

The Arkansas No Kid Hungry campaign is connecting more kids to the summer meals program as part of our strategy to end childhood hunger. Since 2010, the number of summer meals sites across the state has increased from 435 sites to more than 580 sites in 2012. During this time, the number of summer meals served to kids during the summer increased by more than 730,000 – a 41 percent increase.

To learn more about the work being done through No Kid Hungry, visit nokidhungry.org/our-impact.