ACFB has four basic sets of resources for educators - Kids In Need Free Store for Educators, Hunger 101 to educate students about the issues of hunger and poverty, Educational Materials, and Facts & Stats.

Hunger 101

Hunger 101 is the education project of the Atlanta Community Food Bank. ACFB created the very first Hunger 101 Project and curriculum in the early 1990s. Today, many other food banks in the Feeding America network have adopted Hunger 101. Through workshops, online curricula and other creative tools designed for a variety of age groups, Hunger 101 strives to increase awareness about hunger and poverty on the local, state and national levels. Hunger 101 plays an integral role in furthering ACFB’s mission to fight hunger by engaging, educating and empowering our community. Learn more about Hunger 101 and how to sign up for a session

For more information, contact Hunger 101 at or 404.892.FEED (3333) x1308. 

Educational Materials

ACFB has an abundance of educational materials and resources that are available for your use.  These include downloadable Hunger 101 Curriculum, Curriculum Resources, Curriculum Activities and Additional Activities which include games and a Girl Scout patch project.  Check out our Hunger 101 educational materials 

If you would like more information on our educational materials, contact Education and Outreach at or 404.892.FEED (3333) x1228.

Facts & Stats

If you’re looking for current statistics and data from trusted sources on the subjects of hunger and poverty, you’ve come to the right place.  We provide statistics in three categories:  National statistics, Georgia statistics and ACFB’s response to solving hunger in our community.  View our Facts & Stats pages here 

For more information, contact ACFB Education and Outreach or 404.892.FEED (3333) x1308.