Carver County Public Health
Community organizations are working together to provide no cost food options for students and their families this summer. Without options for lunch programs through schools this summer due to the end of the federal program, many school-aged kids will be without meals while school is not in session.
But we cannot do this alone! We need your support.
How can you help?
Sign up below to volunteer at the "Pick-n-Pack" program
Donate financially here or find more details at www.abettersociety.org
Donate kid-friendly food items by contacting Caitlin at 612-479-6409 or dropping off at the Willkommen Pavilion on Mondays between 2-3pm. Items most requested include: peanut butter, jelly, granola bars, cereal, snacks (Cheeze-its, Goldfish, etc.), juice boxes, macaroni and cheese, and string cheese.
To learn more about volunteer opportunities contact Caitlin at 612-479-6409 or [email protected]
A Better Society, Carver County Public Health, City of Norwood Young America, Gather and Grow Food Shelf and Resource Center, and The Humanity Alliance
|| Caitlin Huiras