# Hunger in America

Get a haircut, take a walk, start a food drive — it all helps
A homeless man in Minneapolis walked into a café to ask for money, but was given something much more useful
Lexington’s now-annual Food for Fines program lets drivers pay off parking tickets by donating some much-needed food
Students at Washington High School in North Carolina have started a food pantry to help fellow classmates from going hungry
The multi-platform campaign will unite industry rivals like Google and Facebook, and Condé Nast and Hearst

Los Angeles is home to 1.5 million hungry people. Now what?

Debuting in September, a new orange plate will be available at Target, from which a portion of the proceeds will benefit the nation’s largest hunger-relief organization.

No Kid Hungry Leads the Charge for Hunger Awareness Month
What can you do to help? We came up with 48 great ideas
Don't just sit there at the dinner table: help others eat