Thank You

  • Resurrection Lutheran Church for improvements to our Packaging Center, including a concrete ramp/entrance pad and increased storage capacity.
  • Students from Male HS Special Friends Team for organizing equipment tubs and packaging meals twice a month at the KAH Packaging Center.
  • Volunteers from The Temple for packaging 9,504 meals as part of a MLK Day service project.
  • Students from Bellarmine University for joining KAH during a class project focused on social issues.
  • Bardstown Rotary Club and Bethlehem High School Interact for packaging 20,634 meals on MLK Day.
  • Volunteers from the "Home for His Glory" J-Town Co-op, St. Aloysius Youth, Lutheran Student Fellowship, and Concordia Lutheran Youth for packaging more than 9,000 meals on March 1.
  • Volunteers that assist with washing and sanitizing equipment and packaging supplies after each event.  We appreciate your hard work!
  • Andy Barsamian and 13:Sixteen Promotions for t-shirt designs and screen printing. Andy also donated a wireless mic set for use at our events!
  • Adelante Hispanic Youth Leaders and youth and mentors from Christ Church United Methodist for packaging 12,342 meals on February 1.
  • Grace Lutheran Church - New Albany, IN for packaging 11,022 meals.
  • Recent donations in memory of loved ones. Every dollar helps multiply the meals and grow our mission of feeding malnourished children.
  • Major Supply, Hebron, KY for a donation of carton sealing tape and tape dispensers.
  • The 123rd Airlift Wing of the KY National Guard for helping to transport more than 230,000 meals to Haiti.
  • Sunday School Youth from The Temple for packaging 1,512 meals on Jan 20.
  • Male HS HOBY Youth Leadership Workshop for packaging 5,256 meals.
  • Volunteers from Bellarmine University Alpha Delta Gamma for helping with event setup.

Our Mission

Significantly reduce the number of hungry children in the USA and feed starving children throughout the world.

  • Distribute a fortified soy/rice casserole-style meal specifically formulated to meet the nutritional needs of a starving child
  • Engage volunteers, as young as six years old, to package the ingredients for the meals
  • Maintain worldwide partnerships with humanitarian organizations
  • Be good stewards of every dollar entrusted to us.

Our Event Partners / Sponsors

On the Calendar

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Apr 26 - Southern Baptist Theological Seminary Project 1937

May 10 - Public Pack at KAH Packaging Center

May 10 - Second Saturday at Sister Bean's

May 19 - Monday at Mango's

 Gifts of any amount are appreciated.  Here are three ways to help multiply the meals:

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 ...one carton of meals - which feeds 216 malnourished children.

 ...enough meals to feed a child for sixty weeks.

 ... 35 volunteers to create an entire shipping pallet of meals - enough to feed 7,128 children.

Kids Against Hunger - Louisville
Local action.
Global compassion.
4209 Gardiner View Avenue
Louisville, Kentucky 40213
502.459.9199