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NC Child Hunger Leaders Conference presented by No Kid Hungry NC

Please join us for the 2018 NC Child Hunger Leaders Conference in Chapel Hill, hosted by No Kid Hungry NC.

The conference is a time for collaborating, rewarding successes, and exploring how to create a brighter future for North Carolina’s children. It brings together a diverse group of state, community, and nonprofit leaders, educators, nutritionists, advocates, students, and others to share resources and solve common challenges.

Come ready for a day of motivation, important conversation, and connecting with others who are passionate about ending child hunger in North Carolina.

We’re excited to bring new presenting partners to the conference this year: the Food Bank of Central & Eastern NC, and the Second Harvest Food Bank of Northwest NC. Further programming info is still forthcoming, but you can count on an exciting and diverse group of speakers and entertainers that will leave you inspired to do all you can for children in North Carolina. Take a look at the agenda and materials form the previous conference to get an idea of what to expect.

Click here to register now.

We can’t wait to see you in February.

—The No Kid Hungry NC Team

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