Drive to Feed is your one-stop resource! We provide you with the opportunity to learn more about modern agriculture and its endeavor to feed the world!
Learn more about the Drive: No Boundaries initiative – a movement dedicated to fighting child hunger in third world countries, starting with Haiti.
Learn more about the Drive to Feed Kids initiative – a movement dedicated to ending child food insecurity in the United States.
The Main Course Project is a program that supports Drive to Feed Kids by providing food insecure children with high quality, animal-based proteins our American farmers produce.
Learn more about the Chew on This campaign – an entertaining video series giving you the facts about food and modern agriculture.
Three Missions, One Movement
The agriculture industry is all about producing food for a growing population and we want you to know how your food is produced.
1 in 6 kids in the U.S. are food insecure but the agriculture industry is helping to change that.
Hunger knows no borders. Find out how we are helping to end child hunger across the world, starting with Haiti.
Our nation was built by men and women who farmed the land and raised livestock. As our country grew, people began moving from the farm to cities – those that were left, picked up the challenge of feeding the nation. Today, only 2 percent of Americans feed 98 percent of the population, providing a safe and affordable food supply. The goal of agriculture is to feed the people. Those same foundations have built Drive to Feed. Because of the responsibility farmers undertake to feed our nation, we feel we have a commitment to help those in need.
Drive to Feed is an initiative by members of the feed and animal agriculture industry with the purpose of openly informing those who rely on us about how our food is produced. Drive to Feed is also dedicated to helping the hungry children here in the U.S. through supporting backpack programs across the nation. Drive to Feed also works to help save the lives of starving children in third world countries, starting with Haiti.