Chefs Cycle for No Kid Hungry
At Kass & Moses, we choose to highlight bicycle events that raise money for worthy causes. Our team of bicycle injury attorneys believes that no child should go hungry. 16 million children in the United States face hunger, and approximately 75 percent of teachers report that their students regularly attend school hungry. Studies have shown that children who do not eat a sufficient breakfast or who regularly miss meals do not perform as well at school as their well-fed peers. This situation becomes even more serious at this time of the year, when children do not attend school and therefore are not able to eat free or reduced charge breakfasts and lunches.
No Kid Hungry works to provide support and meals for these children and families. Their Cooking Matters program teaches families about healthy eating and provides them access to healthy foods. In addition, during the summer, No Kid Hungry makes strides to provide healthy, appetizing meals for children who may otherwise go hungry.
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This is where Chefs Cycle for No Kid Hungry comes in! Chefs across the country are raising money to support the efforts of No Kid Hungry. Chefs, food industry professionals, and volunteers across the country are working to raise a million dollars for No Kid Hungry. Nearly 200 chefs and food industry professionals will be riding their bikes from Carmel to Santa Barbara from June 27th through June 29th to raise awareness of childhood hunger. Visit the Chefs Cycle website to learn more about their bike ride! On their website, you can check out featured riders and learn how YOU can be a part of their efforts.
As bicycle injury lawyers, we believe it is important to support such noble causes. No child should go hungry, and families should be encouraged to provide their children with healthy, nutritious meals.