Omber Khan works for vitamins and supplements companies Health Spot and SELFe. Omber’s life was changed by making healthier food choices, and he joined The Patachou Foundation as an Ambassador because of its mission to improve the lives of kids through nutritious meals and education. “Food education needs to be
We’re so thankful to everyone who came last week to pack the house at The Patachou Foundation’s 5th Annual Speakers Forum presented by Ambrose Property Group. This year’s Speakers Forum raised enough to fund 14,000 nutritious, scratch-made meals for hungry kids in Indianapolis. Thank you to all our generous sponsors,
Tom is a self-proclaimed “old retired guy” who spends a lot of his free time giving back to his community. In addition to volunteering and taking care of their pets, Tom and his wife have planted several thousand trees over the last 20 years on property they converted into a
One of our corporate volunteer partners, e-commerce company SupplyKick, makes giving back a part of their company culture. Not only do they support The Patachou Foundation through financial contributions, a team from SupplyKick volunteers each week by serving nutritious, scratch-made meals to kids at IPS 14. We got the low-down
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
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,