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Introducing: Food Events Calendar and Weekly Free Food Roundups

Introducing: Food Events Calendar and Weekly Free Food Roundups


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At Princeton, the amount of free food you can find on campus is abundant almost to the point of absurdity. Between RCA study breaks, residential college study breaks, club events, open mics, and the constant emails on the free food listserv, one can easily feel overwhelmed by the sheer quantity of food one can consume without spending a dollar.

This is where we at Spoon come in. As an organization dedicated to the discussion of food on campus, Spoon is here to guide you through this wonderful, wacky world of complimentary consumption at Princeton.

And so, from this week on, Spoon will be maintaining a calendar of all food related events on campus. This calendar, which can be found under the “Events” section in the top right corner of the webpage (located on the black bar under the “about” tab), will serve as your ultimate guide for culinary happenings of the week.

Starting this week, we will also be posting a weekly roundup to point your attention to Spoon-approved highlights from the calendar. This upcoming weekend looks to be dominated by the Asian cultural organizations, as the Chinese Students Association, the Taiwanese American Students Association, and the Korean American Students Associations all have their own events planned.

Highlights:

CSA Around the World in 80 Minutes

CSA is putting on its second annual celebration of multicultural foods/activities, with contributions from Arab Society, Black Students Union, Latinos Y Amigos, and pretty much every other cultural organization on campus. Come to Campus Club on Thursday from 5pm to 7pm for a wide variety of foods around the world and performances by Koleinu, CHIME and V-Tone.

TASA All You Can Make

Come to the Dod Basement on Friday at 8:30pm to cook (and eat, of course) with TASA, JSA, CSA, and VSA.

K-Cook Off

From 1pm to 2:30pm this Saturday, KASA will be holding a cooking competition in Campus Club for aspiring chefs wishing to flex their culinary skills for a chance to win prizes.

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Feed Our Future Program

Our free drive-thru food distributions offer fresh seasonal California-grown produce and non-perishable food items. Drive through locations are held weekly in the following locations: Cameron Park, Colfax, Forest Hill, Georgetown, Lincoln, Placerville, Pollock Pines, Rocklin, Sheridan. Click here for locations and schedules.

Backpack Program

Over 26,000 (1 in 5) children in Placer, El Dorado and Nevada counties live in food insecure households, meaning they do not know with certainty where their next meal will come from.

Most of these children rely on the meals provided by national school meal programs as their primary source of food. While many of us look forward to the weekend with anticipation, these children regard the weekend with anxiety and apprehension. What will they eat over the weekend?

When Monday arrives many of these children complain of stomach aches, dizziness, difficulty concentrating, or are simply absent from school. The BackPack Program was created to provide these children with nutritious, easy-to-prepare food for weekends and holidays when school is not in session. We assemble and distribute 987 packages of child-friendly snacks and meals each week to several high-need schools in the Roseville City, Western Placer and Auburn School Districts. The packages are distributed to the students on Friday afternoons, who then tuck them into their backpacks before they head home for the weekend.

School Pantry

The School Pantry Program is ideal for schools serving students that have an adult available to prepare and cook meals for them. We supply a family sized bag of produce one week and nonperishable food the next. Menu items are selected based on feedback from the schools and their nutritional value. This program encourages student families to experiment with new healthy recipes, share their love of cooking and sit and enjoy a meal together. We distribute family bags of food benefiting 560 families per week.


Feed Our Future Program

Our free drive-thru food distributions offer fresh seasonal California-grown produce and non-perishable food items. Drive through locations are held weekly in the following locations: Cameron Park, Colfax, Forest Hill, Georgetown, Lincoln, Placerville, Pollock Pines, Rocklin, Sheridan. Click here for locations and schedules.

Backpack Program

Over 26,000 (1 in 5) children in Placer, El Dorado and Nevada counties live in food insecure households, meaning they do not know with certainty where their next meal will come from.

Most of these children rely on the meals provided by national school meal programs as their primary source of food. While many of us look forward to the weekend with anticipation, these children regard the weekend with anxiety and apprehension. What will they eat over the weekend?

When Monday arrives many of these children complain of stomach aches, dizziness, difficulty concentrating, or are simply absent from school. The BackPack Program was created to provide these children with nutritious, easy-to-prepare food for weekends and holidays when school is not in session. We assemble and distribute 987 packages of child-friendly snacks and meals each week to several high-need schools in the Roseville City, Western Placer and Auburn School Districts. The packages are distributed to the students on Friday afternoons, who then tuck them into their backpacks before they head home for the weekend.

School Pantry

The School Pantry Program is ideal for schools serving students that have an adult available to prepare and cook meals for them. We supply a family sized bag of produce one week and nonperishable food the next. Menu items are selected based on feedback from the schools and their nutritional value. This program encourages student families to experiment with new healthy recipes, share their love of cooking and sit and enjoy a meal together. We distribute family bags of food benefiting 560 families per week.


Feed Our Future Program

Our free drive-thru food distributions offer fresh seasonal California-grown produce and non-perishable food items. Drive through locations are held weekly in the following locations: Cameron Park, Colfax, Forest Hill, Georgetown, Lincoln, Placerville, Pollock Pines, Rocklin, Sheridan. Click here for locations and schedules.

Backpack Program

Over 26,000 (1 in 5) children in Placer, El Dorado and Nevada counties live in food insecure households, meaning they do not know with certainty where their next meal will come from.

Most of these children rely on the meals provided by national school meal programs as their primary source of food. While many of us look forward to the weekend with anticipation, these children regard the weekend with anxiety and apprehension. What will they eat over the weekend?

When Monday arrives many of these children complain of stomach aches, dizziness, difficulty concentrating, or are simply absent from school. The BackPack Program was created to provide these children with nutritious, easy-to-prepare food for weekends and holidays when school is not in session. We assemble and distribute 987 packages of child-friendly snacks and meals each week to several high-need schools in the Roseville City, Western Placer and Auburn School Districts. The packages are distributed to the students on Friday afternoons, who then tuck them into their backpacks before they head home for the weekend.

School Pantry

The School Pantry Program is ideal for schools serving students that have an adult available to prepare and cook meals for them. We supply a family sized bag of produce one week and nonperishable food the next. Menu items are selected based on feedback from the schools and their nutritional value. This program encourages student families to experiment with new healthy recipes, share their love of cooking and sit and enjoy a meal together. We distribute family bags of food benefiting 560 families per week.


Feed Our Future Program

Our free drive-thru food distributions offer fresh seasonal California-grown produce and non-perishable food items. Drive through locations are held weekly in the following locations: Cameron Park, Colfax, Forest Hill, Georgetown, Lincoln, Placerville, Pollock Pines, Rocklin, Sheridan. Click here for locations and schedules.

Backpack Program

Over 26,000 (1 in 5) children in Placer, El Dorado and Nevada counties live in food insecure households, meaning they do not know with certainty where their next meal will come from.

Most of these children rely on the meals provided by national school meal programs as their primary source of food. While many of us look forward to the weekend with anticipation, these children regard the weekend with anxiety and apprehension. What will they eat over the weekend?

When Monday arrives many of these children complain of stomach aches, dizziness, difficulty concentrating, or are simply absent from school. The BackPack Program was created to provide these children with nutritious, easy-to-prepare food for weekends and holidays when school is not in session. We assemble and distribute 987 packages of child-friendly snacks and meals each week to several high-need schools in the Roseville City, Western Placer and Auburn School Districts. The packages are distributed to the students on Friday afternoons, who then tuck them into their backpacks before they head home for the weekend.

School Pantry

The School Pantry Program is ideal for schools serving students that have an adult available to prepare and cook meals for them. We supply a family sized bag of produce one week and nonperishable food the next. Menu items are selected based on feedback from the schools and their nutritional value. This program encourages student families to experiment with new healthy recipes, share their love of cooking and sit and enjoy a meal together. We distribute family bags of food benefiting 560 families per week.


Feed Our Future Program

Our free drive-thru food distributions offer fresh seasonal California-grown produce and non-perishable food items. Drive through locations are held weekly in the following locations: Cameron Park, Colfax, Forest Hill, Georgetown, Lincoln, Placerville, Pollock Pines, Rocklin, Sheridan. Click here for locations and schedules.

Backpack Program

Over 26,000 (1 in 5) children in Placer, El Dorado and Nevada counties live in food insecure households, meaning they do not know with certainty where their next meal will come from.

Most of these children rely on the meals provided by national school meal programs as their primary source of food. While many of us look forward to the weekend with anticipation, these children regard the weekend with anxiety and apprehension. What will they eat over the weekend?

When Monday arrives many of these children complain of stomach aches, dizziness, difficulty concentrating, or are simply absent from school. The BackPack Program was created to provide these children with nutritious, easy-to-prepare food for weekends and holidays when school is not in session. We assemble and distribute 987 packages of child-friendly snacks and meals each week to several high-need schools in the Roseville City, Western Placer and Auburn School Districts. The packages are distributed to the students on Friday afternoons, who then tuck them into their backpacks before they head home for the weekend.

School Pantry

The School Pantry Program is ideal for schools serving students that have an adult available to prepare and cook meals for them. We supply a family sized bag of produce one week and nonperishable food the next. Menu items are selected based on feedback from the schools and their nutritional value. This program encourages student families to experiment with new healthy recipes, share their love of cooking and sit and enjoy a meal together. We distribute family bags of food benefiting 560 families per week.


Feed Our Future Program

Our free drive-thru food distributions offer fresh seasonal California-grown produce and non-perishable food items. Drive through locations are held weekly in the following locations: Cameron Park, Colfax, Forest Hill, Georgetown, Lincoln, Placerville, Pollock Pines, Rocklin, Sheridan. Click here for locations and schedules.

Backpack Program

Over 26,000 (1 in 5) children in Placer, El Dorado and Nevada counties live in food insecure households, meaning they do not know with certainty where their next meal will come from.

Most of these children rely on the meals provided by national school meal programs as their primary source of food. While many of us look forward to the weekend with anticipation, these children regard the weekend with anxiety and apprehension. What will they eat over the weekend?

When Monday arrives many of these children complain of stomach aches, dizziness, difficulty concentrating, or are simply absent from school. The BackPack Program was created to provide these children with nutritious, easy-to-prepare food for weekends and holidays when school is not in session. We assemble and distribute 987 packages of child-friendly snacks and meals each week to several high-need schools in the Roseville City, Western Placer and Auburn School Districts. The packages are distributed to the students on Friday afternoons, who then tuck them into their backpacks before they head home for the weekend.

School Pantry

The School Pantry Program is ideal for schools serving students that have an adult available to prepare and cook meals for them. We supply a family sized bag of produce one week and nonperishable food the next. Menu items are selected based on feedback from the schools and their nutritional value. This program encourages student families to experiment with new healthy recipes, share their love of cooking and sit and enjoy a meal together. We distribute family bags of food benefiting 560 families per week.


Feed Our Future Program

Our free drive-thru food distributions offer fresh seasonal California-grown produce and non-perishable food items. Drive through locations are held weekly in the following locations: Cameron Park, Colfax, Forest Hill, Georgetown, Lincoln, Placerville, Pollock Pines, Rocklin, Sheridan. Click here for locations and schedules.

Backpack Program

Over 26,000 (1 in 5) children in Placer, El Dorado and Nevada counties live in food insecure households, meaning they do not know with certainty where their next meal will come from.

Most of these children rely on the meals provided by national school meal programs as their primary source of food. While many of us look forward to the weekend with anticipation, these children regard the weekend with anxiety and apprehension. What will they eat over the weekend?

When Monday arrives many of these children complain of stomach aches, dizziness, difficulty concentrating, or are simply absent from school. The BackPack Program was created to provide these children with nutritious, easy-to-prepare food for weekends and holidays when school is not in session. We assemble and distribute 987 packages of child-friendly snacks and meals each week to several high-need schools in the Roseville City, Western Placer and Auburn School Districts. The packages are distributed to the students on Friday afternoons, who then tuck them into their backpacks before they head home for the weekend.

School Pantry

The School Pantry Program is ideal for schools serving students that have an adult available to prepare and cook meals for them. We supply a family sized bag of produce one week and nonperishable food the next. Menu items are selected based on feedback from the schools and their nutritional value. This program encourages student families to experiment with new healthy recipes, share their love of cooking and sit and enjoy a meal together. We distribute family bags of food benefiting 560 families per week.


Feed Our Future Program

Our free drive-thru food distributions offer fresh seasonal California-grown produce and non-perishable food items. Drive through locations are held weekly in the following locations: Cameron Park, Colfax, Forest Hill, Georgetown, Lincoln, Placerville, Pollock Pines, Rocklin, Sheridan. Click here for locations and schedules.

Backpack Program

Over 26,000 (1 in 5) children in Placer, El Dorado and Nevada counties live in food insecure households, meaning they do not know with certainty where their next meal will come from.

Most of these children rely on the meals provided by national school meal programs as their primary source of food. While many of us look forward to the weekend with anticipation, these children regard the weekend with anxiety and apprehension. What will they eat over the weekend?

When Monday arrives many of these children complain of stomach aches, dizziness, difficulty concentrating, or are simply absent from school. The BackPack Program was created to provide these children with nutritious, easy-to-prepare food for weekends and holidays when school is not in session. We assemble and distribute 987 packages of child-friendly snacks and meals each week to several high-need schools in the Roseville City, Western Placer and Auburn School Districts. The packages are distributed to the students on Friday afternoons, who then tuck them into their backpacks before they head home for the weekend.

School Pantry

The School Pantry Program is ideal for schools serving students that have an adult available to prepare and cook meals for them. We supply a family sized bag of produce one week and nonperishable food the next. Menu items are selected based on feedback from the schools and their nutritional value. This program encourages student families to experiment with new healthy recipes, share their love of cooking and sit and enjoy a meal together. We distribute family bags of food benefiting 560 families per week.


Feed Our Future Program

Our free drive-thru food distributions offer fresh seasonal California-grown produce and non-perishable food items. Drive through locations are held weekly in the following locations: Cameron Park, Colfax, Forest Hill, Georgetown, Lincoln, Placerville, Pollock Pines, Rocklin, Sheridan. Click here for locations and schedules.

Backpack Program

Over 26,000 (1 in 5) children in Placer, El Dorado and Nevada counties live in food insecure households, meaning they do not know with certainty where their next meal will come from.

Most of these children rely on the meals provided by national school meal programs as their primary source of food. While many of us look forward to the weekend with anticipation, these children regard the weekend with anxiety and apprehension. What will they eat over the weekend?

When Monday arrives many of these children complain of stomach aches, dizziness, difficulty concentrating, or are simply absent from school. The BackPack Program was created to provide these children with nutritious, easy-to-prepare food for weekends and holidays when school is not in session. We assemble and distribute 987 packages of child-friendly snacks and meals each week to several high-need schools in the Roseville City, Western Placer and Auburn School Districts. The packages are distributed to the students on Friday afternoons, who then tuck them into their backpacks before they head home for the weekend.

School Pantry

The School Pantry Program is ideal for schools serving students that have an adult available to prepare and cook meals for them. We supply a family sized bag of produce one week and nonperishable food the next. Menu items are selected based on feedback from the schools and their nutritional value. This program encourages student families to experiment with new healthy recipes, share their love of cooking and sit and enjoy a meal together. We distribute family bags of food benefiting 560 families per week.


Feed Our Future Program

Our free drive-thru food distributions offer fresh seasonal California-grown produce and non-perishable food items. Drive through locations are held weekly in the following locations: Cameron Park, Colfax, Forest Hill, Georgetown, Lincoln, Placerville, Pollock Pines, Rocklin, Sheridan. Click here for locations and schedules.

Backpack Program

Over 26,000 (1 in 5) children in Placer, El Dorado and Nevada counties live in food insecure households, meaning they do not know with certainty where their next meal will come from.

Most of these children rely on the meals provided by national school meal programs as their primary source of food. While many of us look forward to the weekend with anticipation, these children regard the weekend with anxiety and apprehension. What will they eat over the weekend?

When Monday arrives many of these children complain of stomach aches, dizziness, difficulty concentrating, or are simply absent from school. The BackPack Program was created to provide these children with nutritious, easy-to-prepare food for weekends and holidays when school is not in session. We assemble and distribute 987 packages of child-friendly snacks and meals each week to several high-need schools in the Roseville City, Western Placer and Auburn School Districts. The packages are distributed to the students on Friday afternoons, who then tuck them into their backpacks before they head home for the weekend.

School Pantry

The School Pantry Program is ideal for schools serving students that have an adult available to prepare and cook meals for them. We supply a family sized bag of produce one week and nonperishable food the next. Menu items are selected based on feedback from the schools and their nutritional value. This program encourages student families to experiment with new healthy recipes, share their love of cooking and sit and enjoy a meal together. We distribute family bags of food benefiting 560 families per week.


Feed Our Future Program

Our free drive-thru food distributions offer fresh seasonal California-grown produce and non-perishable food items. Drive through locations are held weekly in the following locations: Cameron Park, Colfax, Forest Hill, Georgetown, Lincoln, Placerville, Pollock Pines, Rocklin, Sheridan. Click here for locations and schedules.

Backpack Program

Over 26,000 (1 in 5) children in Placer, El Dorado and Nevada counties live in food insecure households, meaning they do not know with certainty where their next meal will come from.

Most of these children rely on the meals provided by national school meal programs as their primary source of food. While many of us look forward to the weekend with anticipation, these children regard the weekend with anxiety and apprehension. What will they eat over the weekend?

When Monday arrives many of these children complain of stomach aches, dizziness, difficulty concentrating, or are simply absent from school. The BackPack Program was created to provide these children with nutritious, easy-to-prepare food for weekends and holidays when school is not in session. We assemble and distribute 987 packages of child-friendly snacks and meals each week to several high-need schools in the Roseville City, Western Placer and Auburn School Districts. The packages are distributed to the students on Friday afternoons, who then tuck them into their backpacks before they head home for the weekend.

School Pantry

The School Pantry Program is ideal for schools serving students that have an adult available to prepare and cook meals for them. We supply a family sized bag of produce one week and nonperishable food the next. Menu items are selected based on feedback from the schools and their nutritional value. This program encourages student families to experiment with new healthy recipes, share their love of cooking and sit and enjoy a meal together. We distribute family bags of food benefiting 560 families per week.


Feed Our Future Program

Our free drive-thru food distributions offer fresh seasonal California-grown produce and non-perishable food items. Drive through locations are held weekly in the following locations: Cameron Park, Colfax, Forest Hill, Georgetown, Lincoln, Placerville, Pollock Pines, Rocklin, Sheridan. Click here for locations and schedules.

Backpack Program

Over 26,000 (1 in 5) children in Placer, El Dorado and Nevada counties live in food insecure households, meaning they do not know with certainty where their next meal will come from.

Most of these children rely on the meals provided by national school meal programs as their primary source of food. While many of us look forward to the weekend with anticipation, these children regard the weekend with anxiety and apprehension. What will they eat over the weekend?

When Monday arrives many of these children complain of stomach aches, dizziness, difficulty concentrating, or are simply absent from school. The BackPack Program was created to provide these children with nutritious, easy-to-prepare food for weekends and holidays when school is not in session. We assemble and distribute 987 packages of child-friendly snacks and meals each week to several high-need schools in the Roseville City, Western Placer and Auburn School Districts. The packages are distributed to the students on Friday afternoons, who then tuck them into their backpacks before they head home for the weekend.

School Pantry

The School Pantry Program is ideal for schools serving students that have an adult available to prepare and cook meals for them. We supply a family sized bag of produce one week and nonperishable food the next. Menu items are selected based on feedback from the schools and their nutritional value. This program encourages student families to experiment with new healthy recipes, share their love of cooking and sit and enjoy a meal together. We distribute family bags of food benefiting 560 families per week.


Feed Our Future Program

Our free drive-thru food distributions offer fresh seasonal California-grown produce and non-perishable food items. Drive through locations are held weekly in the following locations: Cameron Park, Colfax, Forest Hill, Georgetown, Lincoln, Placerville, Pollock Pines, Rocklin, Sheridan. Click here for locations and schedules.

Backpack Program

Over 26,000 (1 in 5) children in Placer, El Dorado and Nevada counties live in food insecure households, meaning they do not know with certainty where their next meal will come from.

Most of these children rely on the meals provided by national school meal programs as their primary source of food. While many of us look forward to the weekend with anticipation, these children regard the weekend with anxiety and apprehension. What will they eat over the weekend?

When Monday arrives many of these children complain of stomach aches, dizziness, difficulty concentrating, or are simply absent from school. The BackPack Program was created to provide these children with nutritious, easy-to-prepare food for weekends and holidays when school is not in session. We assemble and distribute 987 packages of child-friendly snacks and meals each week to several high-need schools in the Roseville City, Western Placer and Auburn School Districts. The packages are distributed to the students on Friday afternoons, who then tuck them into their backpacks before they head home for the weekend.

School Pantry

The School Pantry Program is ideal for schools serving students that have an adult available to prepare and cook meals for them. We supply a family sized bag of produce one week and nonperishable food the next. Menu items are selected based on feedback from the schools and their nutritional value. This program encourages student families to experiment with new healthy recipes, share their love of cooking and sit and enjoy a meal together. We distribute family bags of food benefiting 560 families per week.


Feed Our Future Program

Our free drive-thru food distributions offer fresh seasonal California-grown produce and non-perishable food items. Drive through locations are held weekly in the following locations: Cameron Park, Colfax, Forest Hill, Georgetown, Lincoln, Placerville, Pollock Pines, Rocklin, Sheridan. Click here for locations and schedules.

Backpack Program

Over 26,000 (1 in 5) children in Placer, El Dorado and Nevada counties live in food insecure households, meaning they do not know with certainty where their next meal will come from.

Most of these children rely on the meals provided by national school meal programs as their primary source of food. While many of us look forward to the weekend with anticipation, these children regard the weekend with anxiety and apprehension. What will they eat over the weekend?

When Monday arrives many of these children complain of stomach aches, dizziness, difficulty concentrating, or are simply absent from school. The BackPack Program was created to provide these children with nutritious, easy-to-prepare food for weekends and holidays when school is not in session. We assemble and distribute 987 packages of child-friendly snacks and meals each week to several high-need schools in the Roseville City, Western Placer and Auburn School Districts. The packages are distributed to the students on Friday afternoons, who then tuck them into their backpacks before they head home for the weekend.

School Pantry

The School Pantry Program is ideal for schools serving students that have an adult available to prepare and cook meals for them. We supply a family sized bag of produce one week and nonperishable food the next. Menu items are selected based on feedback from the schools and their nutritional value. This program encourages student families to experiment with new healthy recipes, share their love of cooking and sit and enjoy a meal together. We distribute family bags of food benefiting 560 families per week.


Feed Our Future Program

Our free drive-thru food distributions offer fresh seasonal California-grown produce and non-perishable food items. Drive through locations are held weekly in the following locations: Cameron Park, Colfax, Forest Hill, Georgetown, Lincoln, Placerville, Pollock Pines, Rocklin, Sheridan. Click here for locations and schedules.

Backpack Program

Over 26,000 (1 in 5) children in Placer, El Dorado and Nevada counties live in food insecure households, meaning they do not know with certainty where their next meal will come from.

Most of these children rely on the meals provided by national school meal programs as their primary source of food. While many of us look forward to the weekend with anticipation, these children regard the weekend with anxiety and apprehension. What will they eat over the weekend?

When Monday arrives many of these children complain of stomach aches, dizziness, difficulty concentrating, or are simply absent from school. The BackPack Program was created to provide these children with nutritious, easy-to-prepare food for weekends and holidays when school is not in session. We assemble and distribute 987 packages of child-friendly snacks and meals each week to several high-need schools in the Roseville City, Western Placer and Auburn School Districts. The packages are distributed to the students on Friday afternoons, who then tuck them into their backpacks before they head home for the weekend.

School Pantry

The School Pantry Program is ideal for schools serving students that have an adult available to prepare and cook meals for them. We supply a family sized bag of produce one week and nonperishable food the next. Menu items are selected based on feedback from the schools and their nutritional value. This program encourages student families to experiment with new healthy recipes, share their love of cooking and sit and enjoy a meal together. We distribute family bags of food benefiting 560 families per week.


Feed Our Future Program

Our free drive-thru food distributions offer fresh seasonal California-grown produce and non-perishable food items. Drive through locations are held weekly in the following locations: Cameron Park, Colfax, Forest Hill, Georgetown, Lincoln, Placerville, Pollock Pines, Rocklin, Sheridan. Click here for locations and schedules.

Backpack Program

Over 26,000 (1 in 5) children in Placer, El Dorado and Nevada counties live in food insecure households, meaning they do not know with certainty where their next meal will come from.

Most of these children rely on the meals provided by national school meal programs as their primary source of food. While many of us look forward to the weekend with anticipation, these children regard the weekend with anxiety and apprehension. What will they eat over the weekend?

When Monday arrives many of these children complain of stomach aches, dizziness, difficulty concentrating, or are simply absent from school. The BackPack Program was created to provide these children with nutritious, easy-to-prepare food for weekends and holidays when school is not in session. We assemble and distribute 987 packages of child-friendly snacks and meals each week to several high-need schools in the Roseville City, Western Placer and Auburn School Districts. The packages are distributed to the students on Friday afternoons, who then tuck them into their backpacks before they head home for the weekend.

School Pantry

The School Pantry Program is ideal for schools serving students that have an adult available to prepare and cook meals for them. We supply a family sized bag of produce one week and nonperishable food the next. Menu items are selected based on feedback from the schools and their nutritional value. This program encourages student families to experiment with new healthy recipes, share their love of cooking and sit and enjoy a meal together. We distribute family bags of food benefiting 560 families per week.


Feed Our Future Program

Our free drive-thru food distributions offer fresh seasonal California-grown produce and non-perishable food items. Drive through locations are held weekly in the following locations: Cameron Park, Colfax, Forest Hill, Georgetown, Lincoln, Placerville, Pollock Pines, Rocklin, Sheridan. Click here for locations and schedules.

Backpack Program

Over 26,000 (1 in 5) children in Placer, El Dorado and Nevada counties live in food insecure households, meaning they do not know with certainty where their next meal will come from.

Most of these children rely on the meals provided by national school meal programs as their primary source of food. While many of us look forward to the weekend with anticipation, these children regard the weekend with anxiety and apprehension. What will they eat over the weekend?

When Monday arrives many of these children complain of stomach aches, dizziness, difficulty concentrating, or are simply absent from school. The BackPack Program was created to provide these children with nutritious, easy-to-prepare food for weekends and holidays when school is not in session. We assemble and distribute 987 packages of child-friendly snacks and meals each week to several high-need schools in the Roseville City, Western Placer and Auburn School Districts. The packages are distributed to the students on Friday afternoons, who then tuck them into their backpacks before they head home for the weekend.

School Pantry

The School Pantry Program is ideal for schools serving students that have an adult available to prepare and cook meals for them. We supply a family sized bag of produce one week and nonperishable food the next. Menu items are selected based on feedback from the schools and their nutritional value. This program encourages student families to experiment with new healthy recipes, share their love of cooking and sit and enjoy a meal together. We distribute family bags of food benefiting 560 families per week.


Feed Our Future Program

Our free drive-thru food distributions offer fresh seasonal California-grown produce and non-perishable food items. Drive through locations are held weekly in the following locations: Cameron Park, Colfax, Forest Hill, Georgetown, Lincoln, Placerville, Pollock Pines, Rocklin, Sheridan. Click here for locations and schedules.

Backpack Program

Over 26,000 (1 in 5) children in Placer, El Dorado and Nevada counties live in food insecure households, meaning they do not know with certainty where their next meal will come from.

Most of these children rely on the meals provided by national school meal programs as their primary source of food. While many of us look forward to the weekend with anticipation, these children regard the weekend with anxiety and apprehension. What will they eat over the weekend?

When Monday arrives many of these children complain of stomach aches, dizziness, difficulty concentrating, or are simply absent from school. The BackPack Program was created to provide these children with nutritious, easy-to-prepare food for weekends and holidays when school is not in session. We assemble and distribute 987 packages of child-friendly snacks and meals each week to several high-need schools in the Roseville City, Western Placer and Auburn School Districts. The packages are distributed to the students on Friday afternoons, who then tuck them into their backpacks before they head home for the weekend.

School Pantry

The School Pantry Program is ideal for schools serving students that have an adult available to prepare and cook meals for them. We supply a family sized bag of produce one week and nonperishable food the next. Menu items are selected based on feedback from the schools and their nutritional value. This program encourages student families to experiment with new healthy recipes, share their love of cooking and sit and enjoy a meal together. We distribute family bags of food benefiting 560 families per week.


Feed Our Future Program

Our free drive-thru food distributions offer fresh seasonal California-grown produce and non-perishable food items. Drive through locations are held weekly in the following locations: Cameron Park, Colfax, Forest Hill, Georgetown, Lincoln, Placerville, Pollock Pines, Rocklin, Sheridan. Click here for locations and schedules.

Backpack Program

Over 26,000 (1 in 5) children in Placer, El Dorado and Nevada counties live in food insecure households, meaning they do not know with certainty where their next meal will come from.

Most of these children rely on the meals provided by national school meal programs as their primary source of food. While many of us look forward to the weekend with anticipation, these children regard the weekend with anxiety and apprehension. What will they eat over the weekend?

When Monday arrives many of these children complain of stomach aches, dizziness, difficulty concentrating, or are simply absent from school. The BackPack Program was created to provide these children with nutritious, easy-to-prepare food for weekends and holidays when school is not in session. We assemble and distribute 987 packages of child-friendly snacks and meals each week to several high-need schools in the Roseville City, Western Placer and Auburn School Districts. The packages are distributed to the students on Friday afternoons, who then tuck them into their backpacks before they head home for the weekend.

School Pantry

The School Pantry Program is ideal for schools serving students that have an adult available to prepare and cook meals for them. We supply a family sized bag of produce one week and nonperishable food the next. Menu items are selected based on feedback from the schools and their nutritional value. This program encourages student families to experiment with new healthy recipes, share their love of cooking and sit and enjoy a meal together. We distribute family bags of food benefiting 560 families per week.


Feed Our Future Program

Our free drive-thru food distributions offer fresh seasonal California-grown produce and non-perishable food items. Drive through locations are held weekly in the following locations: Cameron Park, Colfax, Forest Hill, Georgetown, Lincoln, Placerville, Pollock Pines, Rocklin, Sheridan. Click here for locations and schedules.

Backpack Program

Over 26,000 (1 in 5) children in Placer, El Dorado and Nevada counties live in food insecure households, meaning they do not know with certainty where their next meal will come from.

Most of these children rely on the meals provided by national school meal programs as their primary source of food. While many of us look forward to the weekend with anticipation, these children regard the weekend with anxiety and apprehension. What will they eat over the weekend?

When Monday arrives many of these children complain of stomach aches, dizziness, difficulty concentrating, or are simply absent from school. The BackPack Program was created to provide these children with nutritious, easy-to-prepare food for weekends and holidays when school is not in session. We assemble and distribute 987 packages of child-friendly snacks and meals each week to several high-need schools in the Roseville City, Western Placer and Auburn School Districts. The packages are distributed to the students on Friday afternoons, who then tuck them into their backpacks before they head home for the weekend.

School Pantry

The School Pantry Program is ideal for schools serving students that have an adult available to prepare and cook meals for them. We supply a family sized bag of produce one week and nonperishable food the next. Menu items are selected based on feedback from the schools and their nutritional value. This program encourages student families to experiment with new healthy recipes, share their love of cooking and sit and enjoy a meal together. We distribute family bags of food benefiting 560 families per week.


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