Hunger at Home Youth Council



Today’s youth are recognizing inequality in our community and their need to get involved. The Hunger at Home Youth Council was formed to give voice to emerging changemakers with a shared passion for ending food insecurity and for growing sustainability efforts in our community.

The Youth Council is dedicated to promoting the activities of Hunger at Home through volunteerism, education, and activism. Members are offered a positive forum to be creative, innovative, and develop leadership skills. Each school club contributes to the Council by hosting webinars, providing service learning opportunities, and hosting fundraising events for their respective clubs.

2022-2023 Schools Represented

  • – Archbishop Mitty High School
  • – Bellarmine College Preparatory
  • – Gunderson High School
  • – Monta Vista High School
  • – Redwood Middle School
  • – Saratoga High School
  • – San Jose State University
  • – Valley Christian High School


If you know of a young leader who wants to get involved or initiate a Hunger at Home Club at their school, please contact Carrine Chan (BCP), Hunger at Home Youth Council President at


Youth Council: Onboarding Package | Bylaws | Core Documents

Hunger at Home Club: Onboarding Package | Bylaws

Pictured: Youth Council members host a booth at the 2022 Bridge the Gap Gala to educate attendees on food insecurity and Hunger at Home’s programs.