Agency Distribution

The Cancer Prevention Research Fund (CPRF) has implemented a distribution program to address childhood hunger by partnering with local organizations to provide nutritious food to hungry children. CPRF collects and distributes non-perishable food items to their partner organizations, such as schools and community centers, who distribute the food to children in need through food pantries, after-school meal programs, and collaborations with local food banks. This program also includes educational components to promote nutrition education and healthy eating habits. Overall, CPRF’s distribution program aims to combat childhood hunger, improve nutrition, and promote health among vulnerable children with the goal of preventing cancer and promoting overall well-being in communities facing food insecurity.