Guest Host: Jennifer Golbeck

A school meal prepared by DC Central Kitchen for low-income children at D.C. Public Schools.

A school meal prepared by DC Central Kitchen for low-income children at D.C. Public Schools.

Nationwide, over 20 million students receive free or reduced-priced lunches over the course of the school year. Across this region there’s a push to make sure those kids don’t go hungry when school’s out over the summer months. We find out how area agencies and organizations are keeping students connected to nutritious meals year-round and the reverberation of these programs among their families.

Guests

  • Beverley Wheeler Director, D.C. Hunger Solutions
  • Cecelia Vergaretti Senior Director Northern Virginia Region, Capital Area Food Bank

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