• Feeding Hungry Kids

    Making a difference...one meal at a time.

  • Healthy Bags of Food

    ...providing a nutritious bag of food each week for chronically hungry children in local schools in our community.

  • With Your Help...

    we are making a difference.

  • Our Goal...

    is to send children home from school on Fridays with healthy food for the weekend, so they start school Monday nourished and ready to learn.

  • How You Can Help...

    your contributions in Monetary Donations, Food Donations, Food Drives and Volunteer Time contribute to the success of this worthwhile program.

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Sponsor of the Month

Join Us in Thanking the FFT Sponsor of the Month

The Reno Rodeo Foundation!


The Reno Rodeo Foundation is committed to enhancing and enriching the lives of northern Nevada families by aiding children with extraordinary needs, building community partnerships, grants and providing scholarships to eligible Northern Nevada high school graduates.

To learn more about the Reno Rodeo Foundation, please visit: RenoRodeoFoundation.org.

Who We Are

Food for Thought and our volunteers are dedicated to helping hungry children in our community by providing food, as well as solutions, resources and increased awareness, to combat hunger. As resources allow, we will continue to expand service to include high schools and more summer food program locations.


You Can Help

Food for Thought relies strongly on donations. We accept donations of money, volunteerism and food. We are grateful for any donation, so please don’t hesitate to help the hungry children in our community with either a monetary donation or the value of your time!

Donate Money
Donate Time
Hold an Event

In the News

Neil A. Rombardo, a member of the Food For Thought Board of Directors, highlighted Food For Thoughts Summer Food program in an article he penned for CarsonNow.org.

Click here to read how Food For Thought assisted over 4,500 area children with food insecurities.