As you enter 2017, resolve to include The Patachou Foundation in your New Year. How would you like to partner with The Patachou Foundation in 2017? Fill out this quick online survey to let us know how we can best work with you to impact your neighbors. The reality is
Some New Years Resolutions go out the door as soon as you make them. But we took our resolution to serve 16,000 wholesome meals in 2016 seriously. Thanks to volunteers and contributions from people just like you, The Patachou Foundation made this resolution a reality (over a month early)! The
LET’S GO BACK TO SCHOOL TOGETHER – This fall, The Patachou Foundation will be fighting hunger and food insecurity in our community by serving more than 650 meals each week to students at eight different schools who live in areas where access to healthy foods is a challenge. As
The Patachou Foundation continues to grow The Patachou Foundation is nearing its goal of 16,000 meals served in 2016. Through June, we have served over 7,500 meals to students in Indianapolis who face daily food insecurity. With your help, we are now serving over 650 meals each week to summer camps at Brookside
Just a few months ago, 9-year old Ruby sent us a donation after she dedicated the weekend to selling hand-squeezed lemon and limeade (with fresh mint). She said she likes to give money to charities that help kids. The Patachou Foundation’s Founder and Owner of Cafés Patachou, Martha Hoover, was
Spring 2016 Newsletter Speaker’s Forum featuring Jordyn Lexton: Thank you for your support Thank you to all those who helped make The Speaker’s Forum a success. Hearing Jordyn Lexton’s story truly inspired many conversations to ignite new work right here in Indianapolis. Through event attendees, our sponsors and the community, The Patachou Foundation raised
Join us Thursday, February 18 at Park Tudor School for the 3rd annual Speakers Forum. Don’t miss our upcoming Speaker’s Forum, featuring the founder of Drive Change, Jordyn Lexton. Jordyn uses her unique food trucks as a re-entry program for formerly incarcerated youth. The training she provides gives them the opportunity to live crime-free, fully-employed
, AFTER JUST TWO AND A HALF YEARS, The Patachou Foundation has served over 16,500 high-quality meals with the help of over 125 volunteers dedicated to providing this wholesome food with an atmosphere of warmth, equality and respect. Additionally, The Patachou Foundation’s unique education program teaches about exploring new tastes, manners, farming, and all
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Our New Year’s Resolution is a reality: The Patachou Foundation served its 16,000th meal in 2016 this week.
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To feed wholesome meals to food insecure children in our community and teach them to create healthy habits.
By combining nutritious meals, hands-on education activities, the kids we serve their awareness, connection and excitement about the joys of the table.