Help Kids’ Meals families fight childhood hunger after Hurricane Beryl

HOUSTON – Every day, thousands of children in Harris County aren’t sure when or where their next meal is coming from.

That’s where Kids’ Meals Houston comes in. They’re on a mission to end childhood hunger in Houston, especially those in need now after Hurricane Beryl.

Over 15,000 preschool-aged children and their older siblings who are out of school for the summer depend on the free, healthy lunches Houstonians make possible each weekday.

The impact of this hurricane has compounded their challenges, and delivering meals at this high rate means even their packed-full pantry will run out quickly.

So volunteers! Houstonians! That means we need YOU!


- Shop in-store and drop off donations directly at Kids’ Meals (330 Garden Oaks Blvd, Houston, TX 77018)

- Check out their Amazon wishlist and have items shipped directly to them, donation page online, or help volunteer

- Make a donation, and we’ll purchase essential items to keep our shelves stocked. Every $2 makes and delivers a meal to a child.

- Volunteer at Kids’ Meals as we pack lunches and restock meals!


Watch as Lauren Kelly chats with Kids’ Meals CEO Beth Harp about ways you can get involved.

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