SMUSD Food Services is Recipient of $7000 Grant from No Kid Hungry

San Marino Unified School District (SMUSD) Food Services applied for and received a grant of $7,000 from No Kid Hungry organization!

During the coronavirus pandemic, the SMUSD school meals program suddenly needed all kinds of additional equipment, from extra refrigerators, coolers, ovens, stoves, carts, protective gear for workers to packaging for meals.

SMUSD is constantly applying for grants to help defray costs so more of the general fund can be focused on students. SMUSD Food Services is grateful to No Kid Hungry for awarding SMUSD this grant that will be used towards some much needed capital equipment!

For more information about SMUSD Food & Nutrition Services, visit

About No Kid Hungry

A big part of what No Kid Hungry does is providing grants to schools and community groups across the country so they can afford what they need to feed kids. “That doesn’t mean ending childhood hunger is easy. We know what works, and we’ve made extraordinary progress for kids and families. But the job isn’t done, and won’t be done until we’ve met that promise and every single child in America has the food they need to grow up healthy and strong.”


San Marino Unified School District (SMUSD), 1665 West Dr., San Marino, (626) 299-7000 or visit










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