Interim Superintendent, Gary Start, said of the program, quote, "(Community Eligibility Provision) is a way we can use federal funds to feed more children. It’s always important for our children to have the best nutrition possible to enable them to be prepared to learn."
Volunteer to be a Dollar Drive Through Ambassador and tell your friends, your family, your coworkers, the people at the gym, the congregation at your church - tell everyone you know about the Dollar Drive Through and make donating even easier for them by collecting their dollars and bringing them to one of our donation locations. If everyone gives a little, we'll have a lot. Together we will show hungry families in our community they aren't alone.
No income is requirement to participate. So if you or someone you know is hungry and could use a hot, delicious meal, bring them down to God's Kitchen, Wednesday, October 3rd for a free Goulash Dinner. All are welcome.
Nearly 10,000 children in our community who are food insecure. The problem is made even worse over the summer, as the meals provided during school are not made available to them. Meet Up and Eat Up hopes to fill that gap.
The Kalamazoo County Fights Hunger Fund is trying to raise money for a one-of-a-kind mobile soup kitchen. Imagine; a pop up soup kitchen helping area needy Monday through Friday seeking out the people who so desperately need it. Imagine being hungry and knowing that the soup kitchen is scheduled to stop just blocks from you. A mobile hero, right?