In 2014, Whole Again served an average of 1,288 children breakfast and lunch each weekday across 25 site locations in Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky.
Proper nutrition is key in maximizing opportunities for success. In Cincinnati, more than 13% of children live below the poverty level. Whole Again is focused on providing meals to meet the basic needs of our children in order to enrich
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.
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.
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In 2014, Whole Again's Summer Food Enrichment Program served 82,968 meals to an average 1,288 children at 25 site locations around Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky.
Our program makes a difference in these communities.