Thanks to the generous donations from our many supporters, Food For Thought’s Backpack and Summer Programs were a great success. In 2015, we distributed 54,036 weekend meals and 4,500 summer lunches to hundreds of area food insecure children.
Food For Thought is making a difference, but there is still much to be done. Please take a moment to read a message from our Executive Director and consider making a donation to this worthwhile organization.
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Food for Thought and our volunteers are dedicated to helping hungry children in our community by providing food, as well as solutions, resources and increased awareness, to combat hunger. As resources allow, we will continue to expand service to include high schools and more summer food program locations.
Food for Thought relies strongly on donations. We accept donations of money, volunteerism and food. We are grateful for any donation, so please don’t hesitate to help the hungry children in our community with either a monetary donation or the value of your time!
Neil A. Rombardo, a member of the Food For Thought Board of Directors, highlighted Food For Thoughts Summer Food program in an article he penned for CarsonNow.org.
Click here to read how Food For Thought assisted over 4,500 area children with food insecurities.