Kids Against Hunger

Birgit Wartenberg, a member of the Rotary Club of Belleville and Chair of the Rotary Club’s Indigenous Peoples Partnership, organized a tremendously successful 4th Annual Packing Party to support Kids Against Hunger Canada at Loyalist College’s Shark Tank, Saturday November 05, 2016.

Kids Against Hunger is a non-profit organization with a MISSION – to engage all Canadians, especially youth, in their goal to feed starving children in Canada and around the world.   Kids Against Hunger provides revolutionary raw foods developed by some of the world’s leading food scientists at Cargill, Pillsbury, General Mills and ADM to service groups (and interested friends) who organize an afternoon of “sweat equity” packing.

Each package provides six nutritionally complete servings to feed starving children around the world as well as the hungry here at home, for the low cost of 30 cents per serving.  These packages are boxed and delivered at home in Canada and abroad through partnership with humanitarian organizations.  As in the past, boxes will be distributed locally to the Gleaners Food Bank, Tyendinaga First Nations Reserve, and Salvation Army as well as Tipi Moza (Kingston), Sagamok & Wikwemikong in Northern Ontario, and Haiti.  KAH supporters and volunteers have packaged 1,376,664 meals!…and counting!

For additional information please contact Kids Against Hunger online at:   or  at

PO Box 212, Peterborough, ON K9J 6Y8 705.536.0957 or 1.888.883.KAHC (5242)