Our Sponsors

We appreciate all the organizations in Knoxville that help put an end to hunger.

Non-Profits

Get involved with one of our participating non-profits in Knoxville.

Donate Directly

View the surrounding non-profits and donate directly to each organization.

BROUGHT TO YOU BY THE SCARECROW FOUNDATION

LEARN

Get educated on Knoxville’s hunger based non-profits.

VOLUNTEER

Learn how you can help the homeless eat this winter.

DONATE

Donate directly to an organization of your choice.

SUPPORT

Join us in supporting the community of Knoxville.

Want to Donate Directly to a Hunger Organization?

CLICK THE LINK BELOW AND CHOOSE FROM SEVERAL ORGANIZATIONS IN KNOXVILLE

Fight Hunger Week 2018

DAILY EVENT SCHEDULE

Knox Box Heart & Soul
Doors open 7:00 p.m.
First Bell - 8:00 p.m.

El Patron Event Center
3001 Knoxville Center Dr, Knoxville, TN 37924

www.xhunger.com
The L.U.V.S. Program

Step 1.         Locate a Food Pantry
Step 2.         Understand their Purpose
Step 3.         Volunteer and Support

Fight Hunger Week Poker Classic
Sunday March 3rd @ 4:00 p.m.
Must Qualify to Play. FREE to play!

Bearden Hill Fieldhouse
6600 Kingston Pike, Knoxville, TN 37919

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Mrs. Tennessee International 2018

Shonjrell Ladner

Fight Hunger Week Chairperson

Published author of four children’s books, and a business owner, Shonjrell Ladner, Mrs. Tennessee International 2018, believes that every baby is, “Born to Kuddle.”  She is an advocate in the prevention of Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome, which occurs in newborns, as a result of a mother’s drug use during pregnancy.  While Shonjrell is a member of over five organizations, she is most recognized as a “Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Cuddler” at the University of Tennessee Medical Center. Adding to her long list of accomplishments as an entrepreneur, Shonjrell is a patent pending inventor of the first medical wrap, designed for babies with NAS, “The NICU Kuddler.”  Witnessing these babies firsthand during her own pregnancy hospitalization, she saw they needed extra love and attention, and continues to work tirelessly to improve their start to life.  While becoming involved with many social issues in the community, she became an ambassador for “The Scarecrow Foundation” in 2017, to bring attention to the need of resources for feeding the hungry.