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
The holidays should be a joyful time of year, especially for kids. But for many in Indianapolis, they are the most stressful. When class is not in session, many students don’t get the wholesome meals and nutrition they depend on from school lunches and after-school programs like ours. This year,
Did you know The Patachou Foundation has a dedicated cook? Her name is Maddie and she makes every after-school meal from scratch in the Patachou Inc. Prep Kitchen. We had a chance to chat with Maddie about what she loves most about making tasty, nutritious dishes for the kids we serve.
by Kristen Welker, fourth-grade teacher at Thomas Gregg Neighborhood School and volunteer My name is Kristen, and I’m a volunteer for The Patachou Foundation. As a teacher, it seemed like a natural fit for me to dedicate my extra time to serving wholesome, scratch-made meals to students. With your support,
by Robert Singer, Program Coordinator I love to see the kids we serve make deep connections to the food they eat. Not only does it help them to create lifelong healthy habits, it encourages them to ask questions about the world around them. Last week, we served salads with crumbled falafel
You couldn’t ask for a better volunteer than Kathy Sheedy. She ran her own business for more than 10 years, is a certified youth mentor, and has been volunteering since she was a teen. She’s been with The Patachou Foundation for three years, leading after-school meals at several sites and
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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.