This flexible program allowed us to help 2,551 individuals in 2020-2021

This program was designed to provide our chapter the flexibility to respond to community needs as they arise on a one-time-only basis—for events such as natural disasters or emergencies.   We are currently in an emergency situation impacting our communities due to the Coronavirus!

The Apple Valley School District was doing all they could to help families during this time, by continuing to offer meals for children (pick-up service) at schools; however, they still needed assistance with some other necessities. Through our Outreach Program, the Family Centers at the school districts were provided essential items, such as food, diapers, and personal hygiene products. Feast bags were provided to families in the fall and food boxes were recently delivered in the spring of 2021.

Additional funds will be available, as needed, to stock the food pantry at Apple Valley Unified School District. There were 2,551 individuals in our community who benefitted this year from our Outreach Program!


Our Volunteers Preparing Bags