$2,500 donation and regular volunteer hours from SupplyKick staff.
The Patachou Foundation fights hunger and food insecurity in youth around Indianapolis.
SupplyKick is excited to announce a community partnership with The Patachou Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to feeding wholesome meals to food-insecure school children in the Indianapolis community. In addition to a $2,500 donation, SupplyKick employees will be volunteering with the foundation, serving food to students at Washington Irving School 14.
According to The Patachou Foundation, SupplyKick’s monetary donation will provide over 750 meals or about one month’s worth of after-school meals for the students at Washington Irving School 14.
“We are extremely excited to partner with The Patachou Foundation,” says SupplyKick CEO Josh Owens. “As SupplyKick grows, we want to make a conscious effort to start giving back to the Indianapolis community and have plans to expand our contributions in 2018.”
The Patachou Foundation began in 2013 to fight childhood hunger and create healthy habits in children in Indianapolis. The foundation serves scratch-made, nutritious meals to hundreds of food-insecure children every week and has now served over 50,000 wholesome meals to youth in Indianapolis.
“The Patachou Foundation is so excited to partner with SupplyKick and their energetic team,” says Patachou Foundation Executive Director Matthew Feltrop. “Each time SupplyKick serves at Indianapolis Public School 14, they will not only provide a wholesome, scratch-made meal for over 50 kids, but will also be able to create relationships that will make a life-long impact.”
To learn more about The Patachou Foundation, including helpful information on food insecurity and the journey of food from farm to fork, please visit their website.