The Patachou Foundation Ambassadors are dedicated leaders in Indianapolis who are making a direct impact Indianapolis children suffering from hunger and food insecurity by raising money to support one of the schools we serve. Meet Ella! Ella Eskenazi goes to University High School where she is working to build a pollinator garden. Ella loves to
We’d like to introduce you to our first-ever Ambassadors for The Patachou Foundation, an incredible group of people who have committed to share our mission and have a collective fundraising goal of $70,000 in one year to help feed hungry kids in Indianapolis. We hope you enjoy getting to know each of
We’re so proud to partner with a local company like Everyday Adventure Treats. EAT creates tasty handcrafted, gluten-free, vegan, fair-trade snack bars from real, wholesome ingredients. We had a chance to chat with EAT’s founder Rebecca Walter to find out what inspires her and why healthy, portable snacks are so
Join us for an inspiring evening with Chef Ann Cooper at the 2018 Speakers Forum, our annual fundraiser. Chef Ann, also known as the Renegade Lunch Lady, is an outspoken voice of reform advocating for whole, fresh ingredients in school meals and has spoken as a woman in food for decades. After
Local company Earthwave Technologies was one of The Patachou Foundation’s first corporate volunteer partners. Staff members frequently serve after-school meals to students at James Whitcomb Riley School 43. How did Earthwave Technologies’ relationship with The Patachou Foundation begin? I was familiar with the Patachou restaurants and had experienced their commitment
Resolving to do more good in 2018? Here are three easy ways to help hungry kids in your community. 1. Be a superhero. When you’re a kid, knowing you can count on something means an awful lot. Let hungry kids in Indianapolis know they can count on you by becoming
ZESCO, one of our corporate partners, has been providing local restaurants with equipment and supplies since 1973. The Patachou Foundation is proud to have ZESCO as a generous supporter, providing utensils, cookware, education supplies as well as kitchen supplies for The Patachou Foundation prep kitchen and our Food Explorers Club.
Thanks to the generosity of Sandor Development’s employees, Brohney (pictured here) along with 51 of his classmates at Thomas Gregg Neighborhood School (TGNS) received warm, holiday pajamas last week. This school year, Sandor Development partnered with The Patachou Foundation to adopt TGNS: their employees serve dinner every week to their
- TPF Ambassador: Ella EskenaziMarch 12, 2018
- TPF Ambassador: Madelyn FilerFebruary 26, 2018
- Corporate Partner Spotlight: Everyday Adventure TreatsFebruary 15, 2018
- Join us for an evening with Chef Ann CooperJanuary 30, 2018
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.