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Good Food.

Good Health.

Good Future.

It all adds up.

At Kids’ Food Basket, we believe healthy food is a right, not a privilege, for every child.

Not all kids have consistent access to nutritious meals. Together, we can do something about it.

We are community-designed and powered.

Working collaboratively to meet the needs of every child and family we serve, we aim to pursue a hunger-free West Michigan in a way that promotes the experiences and passion of our local community.


The lack of enough nutritious food.

Hunger encompasses all of the harmful effects of chronic malnourishment, including the inability to think clearly and function optimally. We seek to provide nutrient-dense options that fuel children with a healthier body and a happier life.


Achieved when everyone has what they need to thrive.

While equality refers to everyone having the same access to resources and opportunities, equity goes further. Equity is when everyone has what they need to thrive. Equity provides an effective framework for righting the wrongs of past injustices and empowers people to succeed and contribute to society in ways they were previously unable.

Food Equity

When the local food system adequately supports the needs of every person in the community.

We continue to address immediate needs as we strive for food equity. We increase access to healthy food and provide education for growing nutritious food at home. These are powerful, effective examples of immediate equitable food solutions. Additionally, to ensure long-term impact we contribute to the vision of food equity by advocating for policies, programs and structural changes that truly benefit all members of the community.

Kids’ Food Basket
by the Numbers


Healthy, nourishing meals served since July 1, 2023.


Servings of produce grown and distributed from the KFB Farms since July 1, 2023.


Hours of volunteers advocating our mission since July 1, 2023.


Students engagements with nutrition education curriculum since July 1, 2023.


Schools served across Kent, Muskegon, Ottawa and Allegan counties.

Change starts with you