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Healthy Food Is a Right

We pursue a future in which all children have access to the nourishment that fosters their lifelong health and limitless potential.

The Impacts of Hunger



People in Michigan are food insecure.


Food insecure children ages 0-17 in Ottawa, Allegan, Muskegon and Kent county.


Children in the U.S. are food insecure.


Food insecure people are 2.9 times more likely to be in poor health.


Of people in the U.S. are food insecure.

We model our work after the global strategy of the United Nations World Food Programme, with globally relevant insights.

Kids’ Food Basket exists to increase access to healthy food for children and families. Our core belief is that food is a right, not a privilege. Because that is not yet a reality, we mobilize human and financial resources to break down barriers that cause food insecurity. Our services include our flagship Sack Supper program, community-driven farming, family food provision and educational programming. Collectively, we are working toward realizing a hunger-free West Michigan for all.

Stakeholder and Community Report

See how our community’s voices are helping us
nourish our neighbors.

Our Commitments empower kids to reach their potential.

Our Work is Possible Because of You.

Your hours, donations and passions become real change for West Michigan Kids. We can do so much more when we work together. Our annual Impact Report digs into the stories, statistics and operations that motivate us to keep going.

Ready To Make
a Difference?

KFB Community Stakeholder Report 2022