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Meals

52% of Cincinnati’s children live in poverty, which is the second highest in the nation. 74% of those children are African American.  Read more about this in The State of Black Cincinnati published by The Urban League of Greater Southwestern

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Education

The National Summer Learning Association reports among 6-12 year olds food insufficiency is associated with poor scores, grade repetition, anxiety and more. Whole Again provides the academic enrichment necessary to bridge the gap from summer learning loss. During the summer

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Recreation

Research shows physical fitness benefits the brain and body. Paired with proper nutrition, it’s a recipe for success. Whole Again emphasizes physical fitness as part of summer program and throughout the year. In addition to the daily physical fitness activity,

We aren't the only ones who are passionate about eliminating childhood hunger.

We have awesome sponsors that feel the same way.

Our Sponsors

In 2016, we served over 103,000 meals (breakfast, lunch and weekend combined) to as many as 2,000 children per day, at 45 locations.

Our program makes a difference in this community.

Our Impact