On March 30, 2020 GENYOUth launched the COVID-19 Emergency School Nutrition Fund (now End Student Hunger Fund), available to schools nationwide, to provide $3,000 grants to schools to purchase supplies for meal distribution and delivery as they adapt to new means of delivering healthy meals to our nation’s children, including:
To be eligible for funding, the school must:
The grant window is open and applications will be approved on a rolling basis. Checks will arrive approximately two weeks after the application is approved. Schools will have the option of choosing a check or electronic transfer, which will provide funds at a faster pace.
Please email [email protected] with any questions.
If local food banks or organizations are distributing food on behalf of a school or school district, the school will need to be the one to apply for the grant on behalf of the food bank or organization.
Looking to donate instead?
GENYOUth and enterprise software company SAP joined forces to create the SAP4Kids Program, which helps families find food and other free resources during this crisis.
Resources include: food, housing assistance, healthcare, financial assistance, and workforce assistance, and a map of the schools who’ve applied for funding nationwide.
OSPI (Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction) has developed a map tool to direct you to the latest information regarding meal services for families in Washington State.