Teachers and guardians identified hunger as the primary problem affecting students’ attendance and academic performance. Our school lunch program began in 2008 and now provides a nutritious daily meal to 3,100 students in 18 primary schools. We also supply emergency food to child-headed households of the Umoja Project.(

Join our Food for Thought fundraising campaign. You’ll get lots of tools to share with friends and family.

(When you set up your fundraising page, you’ll need to establish a password-protected account with Network for Good. Then you have access to the custom page, social media posts, photos and more!)

Help us fund the 2019 school lunch program!


Interfaith Thanksgiving Dinner
Sunday, November 18, 5:00 p.m.

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Indianapolis Hebrew Congregation, 6501 N. Meridian Street, Indianapolis

Join us for a lively evening featuring Kenyan fare as we celebrated the ways our diverse faith traditions are working together to feed hungry children.  

Sign up to help at the Interfaith Thanksgiving Dinner.

 

 

 


#FoodForThought Challenge

October 16 – November 27, 2018

Follow the conversation online and join the challenge. Would you and your friends raise $500 to provide a daily school lunch to 20 Kenyan children?

We’ve gathered all the tools. You gather your friends!

Click here to get started.