Popeyes, No Kid Hungry Partner to Feed Children During Coronavirus Outbreak


You can donate during checkout, and Popeyes will match it

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Not only is Popeyes one of many chains offering free delivery due to the coronavirus outbreak, but it’s also going above and beyond with an effort to help children who aren’t able to receive meals at school because of ongoing coronavirus-related closures.

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The fried chicken chain announced a partnership with No Kid Hungry. People who order (contactless) delivery through the Popeyes mobile app have the option to add a dollar to their tab upon checkout. This dollar will go toward the nonprofit, and Popeyes will match all donations 100%.

No Kid Hungry’s goal is to end childhood hunger in America. The charity estimates that due to coronavirus school closures, children in need will miss out on more than 101 million meals per week. If you’d like to donate to the nonprofit without ordering Popeyes, you can do so here. It’s just one of many small acts of kindness you can do from home during this challenging time.


Guardian US launches Guardian Gives Back to support No Kid Hungry

Guardian US today launched Guardian Gives Back, a program that will contribute at least $100,000 in value to No Kid Hungry by donating 10% of revenue generated from advertising partnerships, combined with media value. No Kid Hungry is helping to feed kids across America whose access to daily meals has been disrupted by school closures due to the Covid-19 outbreak, as well as kids in need of food all year long.

Guardian Gives Back is one of several initiatives being implemented by Guardian US to help address the Covid-19 outbreak and support frontline organizations. Guardian Supports has also been launched, which will match direct media buys with dollar-for-dollar advertising inventory when the campaign is in support of communities struggling as a result of coronavirus. The program seeks to make marketing budgets go further by adding value to existing marketing spend.

In addition, Guardian US has donated over $300,000 in media value to the Ad Council’s Alone Together campaign, and has donated $25,000 in media value to Comic Relief, an organization helping children in poverty who are affected by the outbreak.

Evelyn Webster, CEO of Guardian US and Australia, said:

“Beyond providing essential journalism, we’re always looking for other meaningful ways to give back to our community. No Kid Hungry is doing exemplary work to make sure children across the nation are fed as schools remain closed. Their mission is more critical than ever and we hope our support through Guardian Gives Back will enable them to reach more children in need.”

Michael Balabanov, Senior Vice President of Sales, Guardian US, said:

“We’re grateful to businesses and organizations that are helping to combat coronavirus even in the most difficult market conditions. Our hope is to help them with their efforts by connecting them to our audience of over 114 million browsers. We believe Guardian Supports will allow advertisers to reach more people and will incentivize more partnerships as we grapple with the economic impacts of coronavirus.”

Jill Davis, Chief Revenue Officer at Share Our Strength (No Kid Hungry) said:

“As this crisis continues, millions of kids are missing out on school meals, and the demand to meet this need is growing. We’ve been so encouraged by support from partners like the Guardian, who have stepped up to contribute to our work and help make a difference during this critical time.”

The Guardian’s comprehensive Covid-19 coverage includes a daily live blog, a data tracker, breaking news, explainers, expert analysis and much more. A new section, Life in the time of corona, provides advice and ideas for getting through the pandemic.

About Guardian News & Media

Guardian US is renowned for its Pulitzer prize-winning investigation into widespread secret surveillance by the National Security Agency, and for other award-winning work including the Paradise Papers. Guardian US has bureaus in New York, Washington DC, Oakland and New Orleans, covering the climate crisis, politics, race and immigration, gender, national security and more.


Guardian US launches Guardian Gives Back to support No Kid Hungry

Guardian US today launched Guardian Gives Back, a program that will contribute at least $100,000 in value to No Kid Hungry by donating 10% of revenue generated from advertising partnerships, combined with media value. No Kid Hungry is helping to feed kids across America whose access to daily meals has been disrupted by school closures due to the Covid-19 outbreak, as well as kids in need of food all year long.

Guardian Gives Back is one of several initiatives being implemented by Guardian US to help address the Covid-19 outbreak and support frontline organizations. Guardian Supports has also been launched, which will match direct media buys with dollar-for-dollar advertising inventory when the campaign is in support of communities struggling as a result of coronavirus. The program seeks to make marketing budgets go further by adding value to existing marketing spend.

In addition, Guardian US has donated over $300,000 in media value to the Ad Council’s Alone Together campaign, and has donated $25,000 in media value to Comic Relief, an organization helping children in poverty who are affected by the outbreak.

Evelyn Webster, CEO of Guardian US and Australia, said:

“Beyond providing essential journalism, we’re always looking for other meaningful ways to give back to our community. No Kid Hungry is doing exemplary work to make sure children across the nation are fed as schools remain closed. Their mission is more critical than ever and we hope our support through Guardian Gives Back will enable them to reach more children in need.”

Michael Balabanov, Senior Vice President of Sales, Guardian US, said:

“We’re grateful to businesses and organizations that are helping to combat coronavirus even in the most difficult market conditions. Our hope is to help them with their efforts by connecting them to our audience of over 114 million browsers. We believe Guardian Supports will allow advertisers to reach more people and will incentivize more partnerships as we grapple with the economic impacts of coronavirus.”

Jill Davis, Chief Revenue Officer at Share Our Strength (No Kid Hungry) said:

“As this crisis continues, millions of kids are missing out on school meals, and the demand to meet this need is growing. We’ve been so encouraged by support from partners like the Guardian, who have stepped up to contribute to our work and help make a difference during this critical time.”

The Guardian’s comprehensive Covid-19 coverage includes a daily live blog, a data tracker, breaking news, explainers, expert analysis and much more. A new section, Life in the time of corona, provides advice and ideas for getting through the pandemic.

About Guardian News & Media

Guardian US is renowned for its Pulitzer prize-winning investigation into widespread secret surveillance by the National Security Agency, and for other award-winning work including the Paradise Papers. Guardian US has bureaus in New York, Washington DC, Oakland and New Orleans, covering the climate crisis, politics, race and immigration, gender, national security and more.


Guardian US launches Guardian Gives Back to support No Kid Hungry

Guardian US today launched Guardian Gives Back, a program that will contribute at least $100,000 in value to No Kid Hungry by donating 10% of revenue generated from advertising partnerships, combined with media value. No Kid Hungry is helping to feed kids across America whose access to daily meals has been disrupted by school closures due to the Covid-19 outbreak, as well as kids in need of food all year long.

Guardian Gives Back is one of several initiatives being implemented by Guardian US to help address the Covid-19 outbreak and support frontline organizations. Guardian Supports has also been launched, which will match direct media buys with dollar-for-dollar advertising inventory when the campaign is in support of communities struggling as a result of coronavirus. The program seeks to make marketing budgets go further by adding value to existing marketing spend.

In addition, Guardian US has donated over $300,000 in media value to the Ad Council’s Alone Together campaign, and has donated $25,000 in media value to Comic Relief, an organization helping children in poverty who are affected by the outbreak.

Evelyn Webster, CEO of Guardian US and Australia, said:

“Beyond providing essential journalism, we’re always looking for other meaningful ways to give back to our community. No Kid Hungry is doing exemplary work to make sure children across the nation are fed as schools remain closed. Their mission is more critical than ever and we hope our support through Guardian Gives Back will enable them to reach more children in need.”

Michael Balabanov, Senior Vice President of Sales, Guardian US, said:

“We’re grateful to businesses and organizations that are helping to combat coronavirus even in the most difficult market conditions. Our hope is to help them with their efforts by connecting them to our audience of over 114 million browsers. We believe Guardian Supports will allow advertisers to reach more people and will incentivize more partnerships as we grapple with the economic impacts of coronavirus.”

Jill Davis, Chief Revenue Officer at Share Our Strength (No Kid Hungry) said:

“As this crisis continues, millions of kids are missing out on school meals, and the demand to meet this need is growing. We’ve been so encouraged by support from partners like the Guardian, who have stepped up to contribute to our work and help make a difference during this critical time.”

The Guardian’s comprehensive Covid-19 coverage includes a daily live blog, a data tracker, breaking news, explainers, expert analysis and much more. A new section, Life in the time of corona, provides advice and ideas for getting through the pandemic.

About Guardian News & Media

Guardian US is renowned for its Pulitzer prize-winning investigation into widespread secret surveillance by the National Security Agency, and for other award-winning work including the Paradise Papers. Guardian US has bureaus in New York, Washington DC, Oakland and New Orleans, covering the climate crisis, politics, race and immigration, gender, national security and more.


Guardian US launches Guardian Gives Back to support No Kid Hungry

Guardian US today launched Guardian Gives Back, a program that will contribute at least $100,000 in value to No Kid Hungry by donating 10% of revenue generated from advertising partnerships, combined with media value. No Kid Hungry is helping to feed kids across America whose access to daily meals has been disrupted by school closures due to the Covid-19 outbreak, as well as kids in need of food all year long.

Guardian Gives Back is one of several initiatives being implemented by Guardian US to help address the Covid-19 outbreak and support frontline organizations. Guardian Supports has also been launched, which will match direct media buys with dollar-for-dollar advertising inventory when the campaign is in support of communities struggling as a result of coronavirus. The program seeks to make marketing budgets go further by adding value to existing marketing spend.

In addition, Guardian US has donated over $300,000 in media value to the Ad Council’s Alone Together campaign, and has donated $25,000 in media value to Comic Relief, an organization helping children in poverty who are affected by the outbreak.

Evelyn Webster, CEO of Guardian US and Australia, said:

“Beyond providing essential journalism, we’re always looking for other meaningful ways to give back to our community. No Kid Hungry is doing exemplary work to make sure children across the nation are fed as schools remain closed. Their mission is more critical than ever and we hope our support through Guardian Gives Back will enable them to reach more children in need.”

Michael Balabanov, Senior Vice President of Sales, Guardian US, said:

“We’re grateful to businesses and organizations that are helping to combat coronavirus even in the most difficult market conditions. Our hope is to help them with their efforts by connecting them to our audience of over 114 million browsers. We believe Guardian Supports will allow advertisers to reach more people and will incentivize more partnerships as we grapple with the economic impacts of coronavirus.”

Jill Davis, Chief Revenue Officer at Share Our Strength (No Kid Hungry) said:

“As this crisis continues, millions of kids are missing out on school meals, and the demand to meet this need is growing. We’ve been so encouraged by support from partners like the Guardian, who have stepped up to contribute to our work and help make a difference during this critical time.”

The Guardian’s comprehensive Covid-19 coverage includes a daily live blog, a data tracker, breaking news, explainers, expert analysis and much more. A new section, Life in the time of corona, provides advice and ideas for getting through the pandemic.

About Guardian News & Media

Guardian US is renowned for its Pulitzer prize-winning investigation into widespread secret surveillance by the National Security Agency, and for other award-winning work including the Paradise Papers. Guardian US has bureaus in New York, Washington DC, Oakland and New Orleans, covering the climate crisis, politics, race and immigration, gender, national security and more.


Guardian US launches Guardian Gives Back to support No Kid Hungry

Guardian US today launched Guardian Gives Back, a program that will contribute at least $100,000 in value to No Kid Hungry by donating 10% of revenue generated from advertising partnerships, combined with media value. No Kid Hungry is helping to feed kids across America whose access to daily meals has been disrupted by school closures due to the Covid-19 outbreak, as well as kids in need of food all year long.

Guardian Gives Back is one of several initiatives being implemented by Guardian US to help address the Covid-19 outbreak and support frontline organizations. Guardian Supports has also been launched, which will match direct media buys with dollar-for-dollar advertising inventory when the campaign is in support of communities struggling as a result of coronavirus. The program seeks to make marketing budgets go further by adding value to existing marketing spend.

In addition, Guardian US has donated over $300,000 in media value to the Ad Council’s Alone Together campaign, and has donated $25,000 in media value to Comic Relief, an organization helping children in poverty who are affected by the outbreak.

Evelyn Webster, CEO of Guardian US and Australia, said:

“Beyond providing essential journalism, we’re always looking for other meaningful ways to give back to our community. No Kid Hungry is doing exemplary work to make sure children across the nation are fed as schools remain closed. Their mission is more critical than ever and we hope our support through Guardian Gives Back will enable them to reach more children in need.”

Michael Balabanov, Senior Vice President of Sales, Guardian US, said:

“We’re grateful to businesses and organizations that are helping to combat coronavirus even in the most difficult market conditions. Our hope is to help them with their efforts by connecting them to our audience of over 114 million browsers. We believe Guardian Supports will allow advertisers to reach more people and will incentivize more partnerships as we grapple with the economic impacts of coronavirus.”

Jill Davis, Chief Revenue Officer at Share Our Strength (No Kid Hungry) said:

“As this crisis continues, millions of kids are missing out on school meals, and the demand to meet this need is growing. We’ve been so encouraged by support from partners like the Guardian, who have stepped up to contribute to our work and help make a difference during this critical time.”

The Guardian’s comprehensive Covid-19 coverage includes a daily live blog, a data tracker, breaking news, explainers, expert analysis and much more. A new section, Life in the time of corona, provides advice and ideas for getting through the pandemic.

About Guardian News & Media

Guardian US is renowned for its Pulitzer prize-winning investigation into widespread secret surveillance by the National Security Agency, and for other award-winning work including the Paradise Papers. Guardian US has bureaus in New York, Washington DC, Oakland and New Orleans, covering the climate crisis, politics, race and immigration, gender, national security and more.


Guardian US launches Guardian Gives Back to support No Kid Hungry

Guardian US today launched Guardian Gives Back, a program that will contribute at least $100,000 in value to No Kid Hungry by donating 10% of revenue generated from advertising partnerships, combined with media value. No Kid Hungry is helping to feed kids across America whose access to daily meals has been disrupted by school closures due to the Covid-19 outbreak, as well as kids in need of food all year long.

Guardian Gives Back is one of several initiatives being implemented by Guardian US to help address the Covid-19 outbreak and support frontline organizations. Guardian Supports has also been launched, which will match direct media buys with dollar-for-dollar advertising inventory when the campaign is in support of communities struggling as a result of coronavirus. The program seeks to make marketing budgets go further by adding value to existing marketing spend.

In addition, Guardian US has donated over $300,000 in media value to the Ad Council’s Alone Together campaign, and has donated $25,000 in media value to Comic Relief, an organization helping children in poverty who are affected by the outbreak.

Evelyn Webster, CEO of Guardian US and Australia, said:

“Beyond providing essential journalism, we’re always looking for other meaningful ways to give back to our community. No Kid Hungry is doing exemplary work to make sure children across the nation are fed as schools remain closed. Their mission is more critical than ever and we hope our support through Guardian Gives Back will enable them to reach more children in need.”

Michael Balabanov, Senior Vice President of Sales, Guardian US, said:

“We’re grateful to businesses and organizations that are helping to combat coronavirus even in the most difficult market conditions. Our hope is to help them with their efforts by connecting them to our audience of over 114 million browsers. We believe Guardian Supports will allow advertisers to reach more people and will incentivize more partnerships as we grapple with the economic impacts of coronavirus.”

Jill Davis, Chief Revenue Officer at Share Our Strength (No Kid Hungry) said:

“As this crisis continues, millions of kids are missing out on school meals, and the demand to meet this need is growing. We’ve been so encouraged by support from partners like the Guardian, who have stepped up to contribute to our work and help make a difference during this critical time.”

The Guardian’s comprehensive Covid-19 coverage includes a daily live blog, a data tracker, breaking news, explainers, expert analysis and much more. A new section, Life in the time of corona, provides advice and ideas for getting through the pandemic.

About Guardian News & Media

Guardian US is renowned for its Pulitzer prize-winning investigation into widespread secret surveillance by the National Security Agency, and for other award-winning work including the Paradise Papers. Guardian US has bureaus in New York, Washington DC, Oakland and New Orleans, covering the climate crisis, politics, race and immigration, gender, national security and more.


Guardian US launches Guardian Gives Back to support No Kid Hungry

Guardian US today launched Guardian Gives Back, a program that will contribute at least $100,000 in value to No Kid Hungry by donating 10% of revenue generated from advertising partnerships, combined with media value. No Kid Hungry is helping to feed kids across America whose access to daily meals has been disrupted by school closures due to the Covid-19 outbreak, as well as kids in need of food all year long.

Guardian Gives Back is one of several initiatives being implemented by Guardian US to help address the Covid-19 outbreak and support frontline organizations. Guardian Supports has also been launched, which will match direct media buys with dollar-for-dollar advertising inventory when the campaign is in support of communities struggling as a result of coronavirus. The program seeks to make marketing budgets go further by adding value to existing marketing spend.

In addition, Guardian US has donated over $300,000 in media value to the Ad Council’s Alone Together campaign, and has donated $25,000 in media value to Comic Relief, an organization helping children in poverty who are affected by the outbreak.

Evelyn Webster, CEO of Guardian US and Australia, said:

“Beyond providing essential journalism, we’re always looking for other meaningful ways to give back to our community. No Kid Hungry is doing exemplary work to make sure children across the nation are fed as schools remain closed. Their mission is more critical than ever and we hope our support through Guardian Gives Back will enable them to reach more children in need.”

Michael Balabanov, Senior Vice President of Sales, Guardian US, said:

“We’re grateful to businesses and organizations that are helping to combat coronavirus even in the most difficult market conditions. Our hope is to help them with their efforts by connecting them to our audience of over 114 million browsers. We believe Guardian Supports will allow advertisers to reach more people and will incentivize more partnerships as we grapple with the economic impacts of coronavirus.”

Jill Davis, Chief Revenue Officer at Share Our Strength (No Kid Hungry) said:

“As this crisis continues, millions of kids are missing out on school meals, and the demand to meet this need is growing. We’ve been so encouraged by support from partners like the Guardian, who have stepped up to contribute to our work and help make a difference during this critical time.”

The Guardian’s comprehensive Covid-19 coverage includes a daily live blog, a data tracker, breaking news, explainers, expert analysis and much more. A new section, Life in the time of corona, provides advice and ideas for getting through the pandemic.

About Guardian News & Media

Guardian US is renowned for its Pulitzer prize-winning investigation into widespread secret surveillance by the National Security Agency, and for other award-winning work including the Paradise Papers. Guardian US has bureaus in New York, Washington DC, Oakland and New Orleans, covering the climate crisis, politics, race and immigration, gender, national security and more.


Guardian US launches Guardian Gives Back to support No Kid Hungry

Guardian US today launched Guardian Gives Back, a program that will contribute at least $100,000 in value to No Kid Hungry by donating 10% of revenue generated from advertising partnerships, combined with media value. No Kid Hungry is helping to feed kids across America whose access to daily meals has been disrupted by school closures due to the Covid-19 outbreak, as well as kids in need of food all year long.

Guardian Gives Back is one of several initiatives being implemented by Guardian US to help address the Covid-19 outbreak and support frontline organizations. Guardian Supports has also been launched, which will match direct media buys with dollar-for-dollar advertising inventory when the campaign is in support of communities struggling as a result of coronavirus. The program seeks to make marketing budgets go further by adding value to existing marketing spend.

In addition, Guardian US has donated over $300,000 in media value to the Ad Council’s Alone Together campaign, and has donated $25,000 in media value to Comic Relief, an organization helping children in poverty who are affected by the outbreak.

Evelyn Webster, CEO of Guardian US and Australia, said:

“Beyond providing essential journalism, we’re always looking for other meaningful ways to give back to our community. No Kid Hungry is doing exemplary work to make sure children across the nation are fed as schools remain closed. Their mission is more critical than ever and we hope our support through Guardian Gives Back will enable them to reach more children in need.”

Michael Balabanov, Senior Vice President of Sales, Guardian US, said:

“We’re grateful to businesses and organizations that are helping to combat coronavirus even in the most difficult market conditions. Our hope is to help them with their efforts by connecting them to our audience of over 114 million browsers. We believe Guardian Supports will allow advertisers to reach more people and will incentivize more partnerships as we grapple with the economic impacts of coronavirus.”

Jill Davis, Chief Revenue Officer at Share Our Strength (No Kid Hungry) said:

“As this crisis continues, millions of kids are missing out on school meals, and the demand to meet this need is growing. We’ve been so encouraged by support from partners like the Guardian, who have stepped up to contribute to our work and help make a difference during this critical time.”

The Guardian’s comprehensive Covid-19 coverage includes a daily live blog, a data tracker, breaking news, explainers, expert analysis and much more. A new section, Life in the time of corona, provides advice and ideas for getting through the pandemic.

About Guardian News & Media

Guardian US is renowned for its Pulitzer prize-winning investigation into widespread secret surveillance by the National Security Agency, and for other award-winning work including the Paradise Papers. Guardian US has bureaus in New York, Washington DC, Oakland and New Orleans, covering the climate crisis, politics, race and immigration, gender, national security and more.


Guardian US launches Guardian Gives Back to support No Kid Hungry

Guardian US today launched Guardian Gives Back, a program that will contribute at least $100,000 in value to No Kid Hungry by donating 10% of revenue generated from advertising partnerships, combined with media value. No Kid Hungry is helping to feed kids across America whose access to daily meals has been disrupted by school closures due to the Covid-19 outbreak, as well as kids in need of food all year long.

Guardian Gives Back is one of several initiatives being implemented by Guardian US to help address the Covid-19 outbreak and support frontline organizations. Guardian Supports has also been launched, which will match direct media buys with dollar-for-dollar advertising inventory when the campaign is in support of communities struggling as a result of coronavirus. The program seeks to make marketing budgets go further by adding value to existing marketing spend.

In addition, Guardian US has donated over $300,000 in media value to the Ad Council’s Alone Together campaign, and has donated $25,000 in media value to Comic Relief, an organization helping children in poverty who are affected by the outbreak.

Evelyn Webster, CEO of Guardian US and Australia, said:

“Beyond providing essential journalism, we’re always looking for other meaningful ways to give back to our community. No Kid Hungry is doing exemplary work to make sure children across the nation are fed as schools remain closed. Their mission is more critical than ever and we hope our support through Guardian Gives Back will enable them to reach more children in need.”

Michael Balabanov, Senior Vice President of Sales, Guardian US, said:

“We’re grateful to businesses and organizations that are helping to combat coronavirus even in the most difficult market conditions. Our hope is to help them with their efforts by connecting them to our audience of over 114 million browsers. We believe Guardian Supports will allow advertisers to reach more people and will incentivize more partnerships as we grapple with the economic impacts of coronavirus.”

Jill Davis, Chief Revenue Officer at Share Our Strength (No Kid Hungry) said:

“As this crisis continues, millions of kids are missing out on school meals, and the demand to meet this need is growing. We’ve been so encouraged by support from partners like the Guardian, who have stepped up to contribute to our work and help make a difference during this critical time.”

The Guardian’s comprehensive Covid-19 coverage includes a daily live blog, a data tracker, breaking news, explainers, expert analysis and much more. A new section, Life in the time of corona, provides advice and ideas for getting through the pandemic.

About Guardian News & Media

Guardian US is renowned for its Pulitzer prize-winning investigation into widespread secret surveillance by the National Security Agency, and for other award-winning work including the Paradise Papers. Guardian US has bureaus in New York, Washington DC, Oakland and New Orleans, covering the climate crisis, politics, race and immigration, gender, national security and more.


Guardian US launches Guardian Gives Back to support No Kid Hungry

Guardian US today launched Guardian Gives Back, a program that will contribute at least $100,000 in value to No Kid Hungry by donating 10% of revenue generated from advertising partnerships, combined with media value. No Kid Hungry is helping to feed kids across America whose access to daily meals has been disrupted by school closures due to the Covid-19 outbreak, as well as kids in need of food all year long.

Guardian Gives Back is one of several initiatives being implemented by Guardian US to help address the Covid-19 outbreak and support frontline organizations. Guardian Supports has also been launched, which will match direct media buys with dollar-for-dollar advertising inventory when the campaign is in support of communities struggling as a result of coronavirus. The program seeks to make marketing budgets go further by adding value to existing marketing spend.

In addition, Guardian US has donated over $300,000 in media value to the Ad Council’s Alone Together campaign, and has donated $25,000 in media value to Comic Relief, an organization helping children in poverty who are affected by the outbreak.

Evelyn Webster, CEO of Guardian US and Australia, said:

“Beyond providing essential journalism, we’re always looking for other meaningful ways to give back to our community. No Kid Hungry is doing exemplary work to make sure children across the nation are fed as schools remain closed. Their mission is more critical than ever and we hope our support through Guardian Gives Back will enable them to reach more children in need.”

Michael Balabanov, Senior Vice President of Sales, Guardian US, said:

“We’re grateful to businesses and organizations that are helping to combat coronavirus even in the most difficult market conditions. Our hope is to help them with their efforts by connecting them to our audience of over 114 million browsers. We believe Guardian Supports will allow advertisers to reach more people and will incentivize more partnerships as we grapple with the economic impacts of coronavirus.”

Jill Davis, Chief Revenue Officer at Share Our Strength (No Kid Hungry) said:

“As this crisis continues, millions of kids are missing out on school meals, and the demand to meet this need is growing. We’ve been so encouraged by support from partners like the Guardian, who have stepped up to contribute to our work and help make a difference during this critical time.”

The Guardian’s comprehensive Covid-19 coverage includes a daily live blog, a data tracker, breaking news, explainers, expert analysis and much more. A new section, Life in the time of corona, provides advice and ideas for getting through the pandemic.

About Guardian News & Media

Guardian US is renowned for its Pulitzer prize-winning investigation into widespread secret surveillance by the National Security Agency, and for other award-winning work including the Paradise Papers. Guardian US has bureaus in New York, Washington DC, Oakland and New Orleans, covering the climate crisis, politics, race and immigration, gender, national security and more.


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