Feeding hungry children weekly in Brevard since 2010
Join Space Coast Chapter of the Florida Public Relations Association TONIGHT BEGINNING AT 5:30 for their bi-annual charity event! In lieu of an in-person event, SCFPRA will host a virtual happy hour where attendees will network and hear from Cheryl Cominsky. SCFPRA will match each registration fee, and all proceeds will be donated to the Children’s Hunger Project. Upon your registration payment, you will receive an email with the Zoom meeting information to join the Virtual Happy Hour.
Brevard Christian Church (formerly MiChurch) Packing Event is a volunteer opportunity to pack meals for children in need who attend MILA Elementary – and enjoy a FREE MEAL yourself, courtesy of Chick-fil-A at 1750 N Courtenay Pkwy, Merritt Island 32953 on August 7th from 5:30-8pm.
Help us welcome TCHP’s new Operations Manager!
Tammy Shelley brings to TCHP her ability to lead teams, manage budgets and meet strategic goals. Her recent background at both Parrish Health & Fitness, and Patrick AFB refined her natural coaching and supervising talent. Tammy has designed programs, managed budgets, as well as equipment and renovation projects.

Says Tammy, "I took this opportunity to make a change and to work with an organization that would allow me to make a difference. The Childrens Hunger Project pulls at my heart strings and am I overjoyed that I get to work with an amazing group of people making a difference in childrens lives."
We continue to partner with BPS providing weekly food during the pandemic
All of our meals are prepped, packed and distributed by volunteers .
We continue to serve Brevard's children during the pandemic in partnership with Brevard Public Schools and United Way of Brevard's Summer Feed and Read program.

Our goal is to raise $40,000 each month to continue our level of support for our CountY's most vulnerable children.

"Community helping community; we are all in this together! This program is actively working to help every child have the nutrition to help them thrive to the best of their ability." - former BPS teacher

We began our pandemic plan determined to feed as many children as possible. That is still our goal. We will continue, with your help, providing meals to local children. Unlike organizations that have federal and state funding, we rely on the goodness of businesses, civic groups, faith-based organizations and individuals. We are truly blessed to live in such a giving and compassionate community.
Thankful Thursday: What do you do when life hands you lemons? 🍋🍋
You open a lemonade stand and raise money for The Children's Hunger Project! That is exactly what these little girls did!
Thank you to Olivia age 9 and Avery age 6 for your hard work and big hearts! And thank you to Mom Katie and Grandma Linda for helping them out.
Dr. Jaya Prakash, an MD and health coach, is also a member of Kiwanis of Melbourne. Through Kiwanis, she discovered TCHP. Her desire to support feeding hungry children locally was fueled by her knowledge that proper nutrition early in life can help to avoid diabetes and heart issues later. She donates part of the sales of each book to TCHP. Learn More
For those who can make a significant contribution, consider joining the Children’s Circle of Hope Society - this society is open to anyone contributing $1,000 or more annually. Contributions can be set up on a recurring basis of $84 per month.

Many thanks to local businesses, organizations and individuals that have stepped up to help us with our funding needs. Because of your help , we are making the lives of children in Brevard better during a challenging time.

PS: Please consider including The Children's Hunger Project in your beneficiary and estate plans. Leave a lasting legacy of fighting childhood hunger in our community!
If you have already made a contribution to help feed local children, through simply sharing this email with friends, family and co-workers your impact can be even greater!

Thank you for caring and sharing. You give hungry children in Brevard hope !

The Children's Hunger Project is a 501(c)(3) tax exempt charitable organization.         
TCHP has consistently provided weekend meals for school children in Brevard County since 2010.