Important Update on the Something to Eat Party at Trailwood Elementary:
We have been hosting STE parties for nearly a decade, and we believe it can be one of the most transformational experiences for adults and youth. But in light of the COVID19 concerns, city and CDC recommendations around both group gatherings and food safety codes, we’re asking our STE hosts of parties planned between now and early May to postpone their event. We will be monitoring this on a regular basis, and are in conversation with party hosts about rescheduling.
Please know your group and the meals you pack have a direct impact on those facing food insecurity. Many of you have already made a donation to your party’s efforts. Food and supplies were purchased, and Something to Eat staff are seeking ways to meet what we know will be a growing need for these meals. For those reasons, we’d ask that if you are able, please consider leaving your donation in place. If you would like a refund, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll make those arrangements.
Trailwood Elementary School is joining together with Youthfront’s Something to Eat™ program to help fight local hunger. On March 28th, 2020 they will package meals to fight hunger that affects one in five children who struggle with food insecurity right here in Kansas City. For only $.30 per meal, you can feed your neighbors right here in Kansas City and help the Trailwood Elementary School reach their goal of raising $1,800 to feed hungry kids.
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Give $35 or more to help feed the one in five children facing food insecurity. Every 30-cents feeds one person! All donations are tax-deductible.