Our Impact

We support innovative leaders and their organizations to improve the lives of children who face adversity.


A look at positive change

It is exciting to see some of the statistics that reflect the impact being made by our partners.


Camp experiences delivered by SeriousFun Children’s Network since 1988.


Oglala Lakota youth served by Oyate Teca Project through practical and carefully designed activities.


FoodCorps schools with measurably healthier school food environments by the end of the school year.


SeriousFun Children’s Network alumni who said (in a recent study) camp played a major role in the formation of their self-identity.


Number of contacts (on average) that Zuni Youth Enrichment Project has with Zuni youth each year about nutrition.

3X More

Fruits and vegetables children eat in schools with more FoodCorps hands-on learning activities.


Nourishing and transforming lives

These organizations all work to improve the lives of children. We are proud to help further their missions.


Real people experiencing real impact

Read more about the organizations and people working to support positive growth and development for children every day.

Best Experience of My Life - Jordan

Best Experience of My Life

Camp gave Jourdan “the confidence to be more social and make new friends.”

Feeling the Camp Spirit Lucus

Feeling the Camp Spirit

Going to camp for the first time can be scary. For kids with serious medical conditions, that first time can be even scarier.

Learning to Love Local Sharde

Learning to Love Local

Kids excited about collard greens, okra, and other favorites of Southern cuisine.

Food and Identity - Paloma

Food and Identity

FoodCorps alum Paloma Jones loves introducing students to new dishes and celebrating treasured familiar ones.

Detroit Cooks - Chef Kev

Detroit Cooks

Chef Kevin Frank is on a mission to make Detroit’s public school cafeterias “a national example of excellence.”

Seriously Fun Camp - Sophia

Seriously Fun Camp

SeriousFun camps and programs are made for kids just like Sophie and give them the confidence to get out of their comfort zone.

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