by Robert Singer, Program Director for The Patachou Foundation A simple trip to the grocery store can be a daunting task, even as a grownup: aisles and aisles of flashy packaging, sticking to a list and a budget, thinking about eating healthy, all while dodging other shoppers. Honestly, it takes
The Patachou Foundation will open home base for meal production and programming to serve Indy’s hungry youth February 24, 2019 (INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.) – The Patachou Foundation will begin construction on a 4,000 square-foot headquarters called “Kitchen HQ,” a production and teaching kitchen in Historic Marcy Village. Since 2013, the nonprofit
Southeast Community Services Center, along with their Camp STEAM, is a unique community partner to The Patachou Foundation. According to Education Coordinator Christopher Nunn, Camp STEAM is a “choice-based camp.” Nunn says unlike other summer camps, there is minimal planning and kids get to determine themselves what activities they will do
We’ve served 20,000 nutritious, scratch-made meals so far this year! Thanks to our supporters and volunteers for making this possible. We couldn’t do it without you. To celebrate, we made this super cute video. Enjoy!
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,
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
Parents, teachers and caregivers are always looking for creative ways to get kids to eat their fruits and veggies. And with good reason – studies show that healthy kids do better in school. During our after-school meal times, we’re always encouraging kids to try new foods and flavors, but getting