What do National Arbor Day and our supporters have in common?

Neighbors in action: Shred day event becomes a sort day activity   Our good friends at Bank of Weston held their annual Shred day and paired it with a food drive. Many clients and neighbors dropped by all three locations with documents to [read more]

Food is foremost in many minds this Spring

Coping with rising food prices Consumers are facing the highest annual grocery price increases in a decade and the highest annual restaurant price increases since the early 1980s. Food prices have risen at a faster average rate since the onset [read more]

Springing into action to support hungry children in our community

Food for Thought pantries expand into Liberty Here at Feed Northland Kids, we feed middle and high school children via an in-school pantry. Most pantries are housed inside the school social workers office and the student visits when they need food to consume on [read more]

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 [read more]

The Power of One – Which is yours?

One idea which grew into Giving Tuesday was a world-wide success!  GivingTuesday, the global generosity movement, reports record-breaking giving by millions of people worldwide during the annual celebration on November 30, 2021. The GivingTuesday Data Commons estimates that 35 million adults participated in many [read more]