In order to begin working towards ways to help provide sustainable hunger relief. The Food Drive Kids partnered with The Interfaith Food Shuttle and their Head of Urban Agriculture to put into place a garden that would allow students to provide food for their peers. They raised over $2,000 and rounded up a couple dozen volunteers and build a garden a Ligon Middle School in Raleigh, NC. The goal of this garden was to provide a school with a student population consisting of many kids that do not have access to fresh fruits and vegetables on a regular basis. The garden would be run, managed, and maintained by classes at the school, and the produce would be shared with students in the neighborhood that were at risk of hunger through their Backpack Buddies Program.