Something to Eat Every Day
Here’s what they are doing about childhood hunger in our area!
Project SEED addresses the problem of childhood hunger in a very simple and direct way. Project SEED (Something to Eat Every Day) provide a bag of food every Friday during the school year for students to take home. The bag contains nourishing food for the weekend to supplement the free lunch program the children receive at school during the week. Project SEED ensures that children don’t go to bed hungry just because it’s a weekend. They want the children to come to school on Monday morning ready to learn rather than just ready to eat.
They will be collecting the following items throughout the year. Please consider donating a food item or making a cash donation. $12 feeds a child for a month!
- Granola/breakfast bars
- Individual Cereal servings
- Fruit Cups
- Canned pasta meals ( i.e. Chef Boyardee – must have pop-off lid)
- Apple sauce cups
- Pudding cups
- Individual servings of peanut butter
- Individual cracker packs
- Macaroni & cheese
- Canned soup (must have pop-off lid)
- Toaster pastries (i.e. Pop – Tarts)
- Fruit roll-ups
- Trail Mix/Raisins
- Carnation instant breakfast
- Instant Oatmeal packets
- Jello w/ fruit
- Canned stew
Please visit the website for additional information https://sites.google.com/site/somethingtoeateveryday/donate
Contact Maria Sullivan, GAKA PR Chair at (412) 400-8991 for donation pick-up or additional information.