“Childhood hunger is relevant, it’s real, it’s happening in our own city.” – Chris Sloan, Program Director of Bite2Go
“Bite2Go is a program through Second Harvest which partners with schools and the community to get weekend food supplies to children in need during the school year. The Bite2Go kits include a mix of healthy, kid-friendly, easy-to-open, single-serving, nonperishable food items to cover four meals and three snacks over the weekend. The shelf-stable milk, juice, cereal, entrees and snacks are safe for children to handle on their own because they don’t require any cooking or other preparation. Every Friday, staff members at participating schools put the packages of food discreetly in the backpacks of students in need.” (from the Bite2Go website)
This weekend after each service you can build a meal kit in our courtyard; everything is set out, you just collect the items into a bag!
Bite2Go will have donor cards at each meal kit build table.