Congratulations to our 2024 Food Insecurity Grant Recipients!

Did you Know?
  • Children facing food insecurity often do worse in school. Food insecurity negatively affects their ability to concentrate and achieve academically.

  • Children facing food insecurity often struggle with social and behavioral problems. Without proper nutrition, they have less energy for complex social interactions, cannot effectively adapt to environmental stress and often feel physically unwell.

Indiana Hunger Statistics

  • 1 in 9 (10.8%) Hoosiers and 1 in 7 (14.4%) children are food insecure.

  • 25% of Marion County residents are food insecure.

  • The highest child food insecurity rate is found in Fayette County at 26.1 percent 

  • 32 percent of Indiana’s food insecure have income above 185 percent of the Federal Poverty Level and are being served only by charitable hunger relief efforts as they are ineligible for federal nutrition programs.

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