Financials

Share Our Strength is ending hunger and poverty in the U.S. and abroad, through our campaigns, like No Kid Hungry, which will end childhood hunger in the United States, and Cooking Matters, which helps low-income families learn to shop and cook healthier.

Share Our Strength, the organization that runs the No Kid Hungry campaign, is a nonprofit that relies on the financial support of ordinary Americans – as well as companies, restaurants and charitable foundations – to feed children.

Your support helps ensure that every child gets three healthy meals every day.

In our 2021 fiscal year, Share Our Strength raised $145 million (total revenue) and spent $136 million (total expenses). Our fiscal year runs from July 1 to June 30.

How Your Support Feeds Kids


In our 2021 fiscal year, our total expenses were $136 million. We spent 83% of that on programmatic work. That includes grants to schools to help them buy supplies and equipment; staff working on the ground in communities across the country; awareness campaigns that help families find meals; research and funding for pilot projects; food skills education; and advocacy work to push for federal, state and local laws that help feed more kids.

The rest goes toward fundraising (12%) and management and general activities (5%). These expenses provide critical support for our mission. We’re able to help feed so many kids because we have a staff dedicated to fundraising, communications, technical support and other important needs.

Our goal is to make sure no child in America goes hungry, and that takes more than just food – it takes funding, infrastructure and a dedicated team of people.

Where the Money Comes From


The work of No Kid Hungry is funded in many ways. From donations made by ordinary people to gifts from charitable foundations to the support of companies large and small. Relying on a wide range of funding sources means we’re able to grow and support more schools and community groups feeding kids.

In our 2021 fiscal year, our total revenues were $145 million.

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Current Financial Reports