Food Programs

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Jun

Charlotte – Partners to Support Summer Food Program

The end of the school year bring big smiles to most kids as summer break begins. But for kids at risk of hunger, the end of school, means the end of healthy meals they get every day. That is why today, Second Harvest Food Bank of Metrolina, launched this year’s Summer Feeding Program for Children. […]

25

Feb

Northern Virginia – Partners with Dominion Energy to Provide Weekend Food

HERNDON, Va. – Kids who go hungry face a number of problems and often struggle to learn and grow in school. That’s why Dominion Energy is partnering with the Assistance League of Northern Virginia for their weekend food packing event. With non-perishable items such as cereal, macaroni and cheese and oatmeal, volunteers packed more than […]

15

Feb

Northern Virginia – Secures $22,000 Helping Hands Grant

Assistance League of Northern Virginia recognizes The Allstate Foundation and Allstate volunteers for being positive forces for change in our community. Twenty-two Allstate volunteers came together to host a day of community service that enabled the all-volunteer, nonprofit organization to secure a $22,000 Helping Hands Grant. Allstate volunteers, including David Akers, Christine Angles, Rudolf Alston, […]

28

Nov

Diablo Valley – Welcomes Fehr & Peers Employee Volunteers

Established in 2012, Assistance League of Diablo Valley’s Community Programs includes seven programs that meet a range of community needs. Food Boxes, chaired by Carol Parkhurst, is one of these programs. In preparing for Thanksgiving, Food Boxes Committee members selected such nutritious items as canned hams, tamales, green beans, canned yams, canned pumpkin, turkeys, turkey stuffing […]

14

Sep

Reno-Sparks – Receives Grant for Senior Program

The Nevada Women’s Fund presented almost $9,000 to a local non-profit on Wednesday. The Nevada Women’s Fund gave the more than $8,700 grant to the Assistance League of Reno-Sparks, which provides food to local seniors. “They have a reputable credible and long standing program to serve our Seniors with food and needed nutrition during the […]

16

Jan

Huntington Beach – Receives Thanks on Facebook

Thanks to the grant given by the AL of Huntington Beach, our middle school hosted our 1st farmers market today. The kids had a blast selling their school-grown produce to the community. Thank you!  Facebook Post from Stacey/Clegg Middle School Teacher Kim Thach to Assistance League of Huntington Beach