The Feed Hungry Kids Project
Aligning Athleticism with Activism
The Feed Hungry Kids Project is an initiative of The Happy Tooth Foundation that enlists a network of athletes and ambassadors to fight food insecurity in their local communities. Using an athletic platform, The Feed Hungry Kids Project aims to raise awareness surrounding the childhood insecurity epidemic while generating food and monetary donations.
Want to be a part of the movement? Buy a team jersey and help raise awareness for this great cause while you’re out on the road.
Our Teams and Ambassadors
THE FEED HUNGRY KIDS PROJECT WOMEN'S PRO TEAM
The Feed Hungry Kids Women’s Pro Team is composed of top professional cyclists from around the world. In 2018, they will be racing the US circuit and hosting charity events in the major metro locations they race. Events will be hosted throughout the county, with each one generating awareness, food and funds for local partners. To learn more about where the team will be and the events they will be hosting, checkout their webpage or give them a follow on Facebook!
The Feed Hungry Kid's Project Women's Domestic Elite Team
The Feed Hungry Kids Women’s Domestic Elite Team is based in Asheville, NC and surrounding cities. The team focuses on CX and mountain bikes races and will be hosting a charity ride in the Asheville area with proceeds going to benefit children in need in Western North Carolina. To learn more about the Women’s Domestic Elite Team, checkout their Facebook Page
THE FEED HUNGRY KIDS PROJECT MEN'S DOMESTIC ELITE TEAM
The Feed Hungry Kids Men’s Domestic Elite Team is based in Chapel Hill, NC and participates in races across North Carolina and parts of the Southeast. The men’s team will be hosting a charity ride in Chapel Hill with profits going to serve the local organization, TableNC. The learn more about the Men’s Domestic Elite Team, checkout their Facebook Page
Ruthie is a World Champion, National Champion, Olympic Mountain Biker and U.S. Bicycling Hall of Fame Member. Ruthie with be partnering with food security organizations across the country on behalf of The Happy Tooth Foundation and Feed Hungry Kids Project to create awareness surrounding the issues of food security.
Cecilia Davis Hayes
Cecilia is a Professional Triathlete/ Medical student at Columbia University who focuses on Ironman 70.3 distance races. She will be training and speaking in the name of The Happy Tooth Foundation and Feed Hungry Kids Project throughout the 2018 season. Cecilia has created a lot of buzz as a medical student rocketing through the professional ranks and the NY Times is currently working on a feature showcasing her story. Be on the lookout for this up and coming athlete! To learn more about Cecilia, visit her webpage.