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The Problem

The USDA estimates that 42 million people in the United States are food insecure as of 2015. Of this number, 13,118,000 are children under age 18. That means 1 in 6 children live in a household without consistent access to adequate food.

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AlabamaNumber of Children Living in Food-Insecure Households292,330
Child Food Insecurity Rate26.4%
AlaskaNumber of Children Living in Food-Insecure Households38,080
Child Food Insecurity Rate20.4%
ArizonaNumber of Children Living in Food-Insecure Households434,840
Child Food Insecurity Rate26.8%
ArkansasNumber of Children Living in Food-Insecure Households185,660
Child Food Insecurity Rate26.3%
CaliforniaNumber of Children Living in Food-Insecure Households2,099,120
Child Food Insecurity Rate22.9%
ColoradoNumber of Children Living in Food-Insecure Households226,350
Child Food Insecurity Rate18.1%
ConnecticutNumber of Children Living in Food-Insecure Households140,290
Child Food Insecurity Rate18.1%
DelawareNumber of Children Living in Food-Insecure Households36,380
Child Food Insecurity Rate17.8%
FloridaNumber of Children Living in Food-Insecure Households1,007,870
Child Food Insecurity Rate24.9%
GeorgiaNumber of Children Living in Food-Insecure Households650,970
Child Food Insecurity Rate26.1%
HawaiiNumber of Children Living in Food-Insecure Households67,690
Child Food Insecurity Rate22.0%
IdahoNumber of Children Living in Food-Insecure Households83,110
Child Food Insecurity Rate19.3%
IllinoisNumber of Children Living in Food-Insecure Households583,000
Child Food Insecurity Rate19.5%
IndianaNumber of Children Living in Food-Insecure Households335,410
Child Food Insecurity Rate21.2%
IowaNumber of Children Living in Food-Insecure Households129,270
Child Food Insecurity Rate17.8%
KansasNumber of Children Living in Food-Insecure Households153,940
Child Food Insecurity Rate21.3%
KentuckyNumber of Children Living in Food-Insecure Households222,380
Child Food Insecurity Rate21.9%
LouisianaNumber of Children Living in Food-Insecure Households272,760
Child Food Insecurity Rate24.5%
MaineNumber of Children Living in Food-Insecure Households60,010
Child Food Insecurity Rate23.3%
MarylandNumber of Children Living in Food-Insecure Households247,560
Child Food Insecurity Rate18.3%
MassachusettsNumber of Children Living in Food-Insecure Households210,050
Child Food Insecurity Rate15.1%
MichiganNumber of Children Living in Food-Insecure Households437,100
Child Food Insecurity Rate19.7%
MinnesotaNumber of Children Living in Food-Insecure Households195,660
Child Food Insecurity Rate15.2%
MississippiNumber of Children Living in Food-Insecure Households200,600
Child Food Insecurity Rate27.4%
MissouriNumber of Children Living in Food-Insecure Households289,210
Child Food Insecurity Rate20.8%
MontanaNumber of Children Living in Food-Insecure Households45,110
Child Food Insecurity Rate20.1%
NebraskaNumber of Children Living in Food-Insecure Households92,230
Child Food Insecurity Rate19.7%
New HampshireNumber of Children Living in Food-Insecure Households41,350
Child Food Insecurity Rate15.5%
NevadaNumber of Children Living in Food-Insecure Households161,260
Child Food Insecurity Rate24.3%
New JerseyNumber of Children Living in Food-Insecure Households338,690
Child Food Insecurity Rate16.8%
New MexicoNumber of Children Living in Food-Insecure Households136,070
Child Food Insecurity Rate27.2%
New YorkNumber of Children Living in Food-Insecure Households884,170
Child Food Insecurity Rate20.9%
North CarolinaNumber of Children Living in Food-Insecure Households564,240
Child Food Insecurity Rate24.6%
North DakotaNumber of Children Living in Food-Insecure Households19,070
Child Food Insecurity Rate11.4%
OklahomaNumber of Children Living in Food-Insecure Households226,390
Child Food Insecurity Rate23.8%
OhioNumber of Children Living in Food-Insecure Households628,580
Child Food Insecurity Rate23.8%
OregonNumber of Children Living in Food-Insecure Households210,290
Child Food Insecurity Rate24.5%
PennsylvaniaNumber of Children Living in Food-Insecure Households521,750
Child Food Insecurity Rate19.3%
Rhode IslandNumber of Children Living in Food-Insecure Households43,210
Child Food Insecurity Rate20.3%
South CarolinaNumber of Children Living in Food-Insecure Households253,340
Child Food Insecurity Rate23.4%
South DakotaNumber of Children Living in Food-Insecure Households39,030
Child Food Insecurity Rate18.5%
TennesseeNumber of Children Living in Food-Insecure Households357,920
Child Food Insecurity Rate24.0%
TexasNumber of Children Living in Food-Insecure Households1,821,820
Child Food Insecurity Rate25.6%
UtahNumber of Children Living in Food-Insecure Households164,440
Child Food Insecurity Rate18.2%
VermontNumber of Children Living in Food-Insecure Households23,310
Child Food Insecurity Rate19.1%
VirginiaNumber of Children Living in Food-Insecure Households299,050
Child Food Insecurity Rate16.0%
Washington DCNumber of Children Living in Food-Insecure Households29,820
Child Food Insecurity Rate25.9%
West VirginiaNumber of Children Living in Food-Insecure Households82,220
Child Food Insecurity Rate21.5%
WashingtonNumber of Children Living in Food-Insecure Households337,320
Child Food Insecurity Rate21.0%
WisconsinNumber of Children Living in Food-Insecure Households248,570
Child Food Insecurity Rate19.1%
WyomingNumber of Children Living in Food-Insecure Households23,130
Child Food Insecurity Rate16.8%

Our Solution

One Into One®

With the sale of every product, Sababa donates a full nutritious meal to a hungry child in the United States.

You Buy

We Give

What is The Sababa Way?

Sababa” means everything will be good; wonderful; and positivity.

We provide an opportunity for people to give back without changing their habits or daily routines. Sababa represents a way of life and making a difference in the community.

Sababa is a One into One™ company. For every product sold, Sababa gives a meal to a child in need, right back into the community where the product was sold.

Our Impact

Because of you, we have been able to donate the following number of meals to children in the United States.

123,036 meals 123,036 meals California
+
12,192 meals 12,192 meals Nevada
+
12,888 meals 12,888 meals New York
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A total of
148,116
meals
A total of 148,116 meals