The #BlessingsDay2015 Challenge sheds light on childhood hunger in America, and raises awareness about the work Blessings does around the country.
Mayors across the country teamed up with local with local Blessings in a Backpack programs to pack bags full of food for children who need it most.
Students at Eastridge Elementary School receive special back-to-school treat from NBA star Nene Hilario.
Students from Bethlehem Academy, community Bible study groups and other local organizations gather weekly at Reliance Bank for the creation of food packs for student backpacks, for Blessings in a Backpack.
Leon Gobczynski, Kate Uebinger, and Stephanie Gobczynski Uebinger from the Andrew Gobczynski Big Heart Foundation present a $300 donation to Blessings in a Backpack.
A group of Newark moms want to put a dent in hunger in their community. The women have joined forces to launch Blessings in a Backpack, a national program that provides elementary school children in need with a backpack of food to take home.
To celebrate the partnership, a special school tour and backpack-stuffing event was held today at Henry L. Bonsall Elementary School in Camden, N.J. Financial support through EcoMedia’s WellnessAd program will feed 150 children at Bonsall Elementary School for three years.
Hundreds of Carver Elementary School students in Richmond went home Friday with a backpack full of food to enjoy over the weekend.
Blessings come in many ways. For students at Thew Elementary School, blessings come in a backpack.
Brooke Wiseman, the CEO of Blessings in a Backpack spent her entire career in the non-profit sector.