Kids, Kudo’s & Kindness – What a Trifecta!

Small, but mighty  

Graden Elementary students channeled their mascot’s famous energy.

A large group of students were part of a school event to make and sell crafts. The students were able to choose the nonprofit to benefit from their sales and they elected to feed local kids via us! We love their enthusiasm for helping others. A great start to becoming a philanthropic adult.

 Kudo’s to professionals in the Liberty and Park Hill School Districts

We work closely with counselors and social workers in our Northland school districts, ensuring hungry kids are fed via one of three programs. We are so pleased to work with these professionals who dedicate their time to providing so many things to their students. Congratulations!! 

 A perfect example of “use what you have” to make a difference in someone’s life.

Furniture maker Michael Middleman is using leftover wood to create beautiful bowls. These bowls are the centerpiece of his “Bowls for Food” campaign. For every $100+ donation made to a local food organization, you can adopt a bowl and it will be shipped to you. Visit his facebook page for information on availability and the process. You reserve the bowl PRIOR to making the donation and of course, we hope you’ll select Feed Northland Kids!

Northland Night at Harvesters continues! Our next scheduled dates are: Feb 17, Mar 17 & Apr 21. Help us pack some of the 1,700 BackSnacks that go home with Clay and Platte county kids most school weekends. Must be 16 or older to participate. Visit our website for information on how to sign up.