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Childhood hunger in Minnesota is a serious and prevalent issue that can affect both kids’ day-to-day lives and their long-term ability to succeed. More than 38 percent of K-12 students in Minnesota rely on free or reduced-price meals during the school year, leaving these children in need of replacements over the summer break. (Minnesota Department of Education, 2014)

Second Harvest Heartland understands how hunger can destabilize families, and is committed to a number of powerful efforts in our Child Hunger Initiative that give more children and families meaningful access to affordable, wholesome food.

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