One in six children in North Carolina experiences hunger on a daily basis. In our most rural counties, as many as one in three children experience hunger. Providing no-cost school meals to all students in North Carolina public schools will ensure every child has access to healthy, nutritious breakfast and lunch; promote student academic achievement; and eliminate meal debt and “lunch shaming.” You are invited to amplify your voice to end child hunger in North Carolina.
The Center for Black Health & Equity and Old North State Medical Foundation has partnered with the North Carolina Black Alliance to present a School Meals for All NC Town Hall on Thursday, August 31, from 6 p.m. – 8 p.m.
THIS TOWN HALL EVENT WILL BE BROADCASTED LIVE BY DJ KAOSS, KISS 101.90 FM!
- Pastor Vanessa Mullen
- Chief Judge Paul Hardison, Retired
Special Youth Performance By: Rockstar Magic of Chris and Neal
Special Guest Appearance By: Youth Advocate and Former Heavyweight Champion of the World, James “Bonecrusher” SmithGet Free Tickets