The Bialik-Rogozin School educates over a thousand students from grades 1-12 from predominately impoverished southern neighborhoods in Tel Aviv from a wide range of demographic groups. The school aims to provide opportunities for students to obtain employment, establish a normative family life and develop a sense of belonging to their community and Israeli Society. The Tel Aviv Foundation seeks to launch and develop The Bialik-Rogozin School Nutrition Program to serve students hot lunch to ensure proper nutrition and wellbeing. The initiative will serve 170 students one hot meal per day for 150 days per school year. The Program aims to build on the school’s vision to create ‘a home away from home’, and provide students access to nutritious meals.