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The culinary community is partnering with No Kid Hungry to help reduce childhood hunger. 

Hayley Sugg
April 11, 2017

Chefs from across the nation will be gathering in Santa Rosa, California during May 16-18 to raise funds for the non-profit, No Kid Hungry. 

Chefs Cycle will consist of award winning chefs, like James Beard winner Ryan Prewitt of Peche, and other members the culinary community. They will be pushed to their limit during a three day, 300 mile bike ride. The purpose of the event is to raise awareness about childhood hunger and to gain funds for No Kid Hungry. 

With the alarming statistic of one in six children facing hunger in the United States, non-profits like No Kid Hungry seek to end childhood hunger. By using strategies like providing breakfast, teaching families about budgeting and home cooking, and more, the charity is using practical programs to achieve results. 

The event's goal is gaining over 250 participating chefs and raising $2 million, the equivalent of 20 million meals for kids facing hunger. To sponsor a chef, please visit Chefscycle.com and support a rider.