Apply for a No Kid Hungry Nebraska COVID-19 Schools Grant
No Kid Hungry is offering grants in Nebraska to support school nutrition programs adapting to changing needs resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic. Funding can support supplies and equipment, staff, transportation costs, PPE and touch-less POS equipment, non-reimbursable food costs, outreach, and other expenses. Grants are being reviewed on a rolling basis and can range from $5,000 - $50,000.
Apply for a GenYouthNOW COVID-19 Grant
Midwest Diary is supporting schools and districts with grants through GENYOUth. This organization is offering grants of up to $3,000 in the wake of COVID-19 to support much-needed resources for meal distribution and delivery efforts to get food to students. Grants are awarded on a rolling basis.
Apply for an Action for Healthy Kids Grant
AFHK is offering Emergency Meal Distribution Equipment Grants to schools and districts. Working with the equipment vendor, Hubert, AFHK is providing selected school districts with equipment credits for $1,000-$2,000 per site to purchase equipment to be used now and into the fall. Applications are being reciewed on a rolling basis.
Download the School Breakfast Playbook
The Nebraska School Breakfast Playbook has everything you need to know to implement an alternative school breakfast model in your school or district. The Playbook is divided into sections by stakeholder, and answers common questions, offers practical implementation tips and timelines, and gives great examples from right here in Nebraska.
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