Facts about hunger in Southern Nevada
- 1 in 7 Southern Nevadans is hungry — that's more than 341,000 people who don't always know where their next meal will come from
- 1 in 4 children lives in a food-insecure household
- Residents facing hunger miss approximately an average of 5.3 meals a week
- Clark County is home to approximately 98% of the total food-insecure population in Southern Nevada
Who does hunger affect?
Hunger doesn’t discriminate. Men, women, children, seniors, veterans and working families struggle every single day. Hunger also has no boundaries. Food insecurity exists in even every zip code in Southern Nevada.