Junior League of Indianapolis isn’t afraid to get their hands dirty. Earlier this year, JLI members helped build a trellis at the Public Greens microfarm in Broad Ripple for climbing veggies like squash, cucumbers, and beans. Many of these ingredients were used in our scratch-made afterschool meals for hungry kids.
JLI is a supporter of our new production and teaching kitchen and members regularly volunteer at one of our meal sites, the MLK Center. As of October 2020, The Patachou Foundation has served 1,205 scratch-made meals to kids both after school and during school breaks. The support of the Junior League and JLI volunteers has been invaluable to our success. Thanks for your support!