We're feeding the kids this weekend!

Our impact during the 2018/19 school year

Hunger-free weekends

Why Get Involved?

How To Help?

For $130 you can help us feed a child every weekend of the school year.
Organize a Facebook fundraiser to feed the kids in your community.
Volunteer your time or talent to support a local Blessings program.
Follow us on social media and subscribe to our quarterly e-newsletter.

How does Blessings in a Backpack work?

Local Stories

PGA TOUR’S Justin Rose and wife Kate invest in Orlando Youth by starting local chapter of Blessings in a Backpack

Kate and Justin Rose are committed to feeding hungry tummies in Greater Orlando. With 40,000 food-insecure kids in the area, their foundation, the Kate & Justin Rose Foundation, has founded a Blessings in a Backpack chapter in Orlando that will provide bags of food for kids on the weekends, and while schools are closed due to the current COVID-19 emergency.

Kingmade Jerky Donates $100,000 in Products to Blessings in a Backpack

Kingmade Jerky is donating over $100,000 of beef jerky to 5,000 children around the nation, in partnership with 15 PGA TOUR player sponsored Blessings in a Backpack programs.

The Kate & Justin Rose Foundation Feeds Hungry Tummies

The Kate & Justin Rose Foundation is feeding over 1,600 children at five schools in the Orlando area where they reside. Justin also started the Birdies for Blessings campaign where he donates $100 for every birdie he makes to their Blessing in a Backpack campaign.

Our Partners

We would like to give many thanks to the Kate & Justin Rose Foundation, without whose support this program would not be possible.