The Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma is fighting childhood hunger through its Food for Kids program, which provided more than 2.1 million meals last year for chronically hungry children after school, on weekends and during summer and holiday breaks. These programs are changing the lives of our youth and, along with education, helping break the cycle of poverty. One program coordinator told us about a student who planned to drop out and get a job to help support his family. Thanks to our School Pantry Program, he was able to stay in school, get the food his family needed and graduate from high school. Through Sept. 30, all donations to the Food for Kids program will be matched, up to $100,000. This match is made possible by Boeing, Kia Motors America, Top of the World and a generous Oklahoma family.