The goal of this activity is to create individual lunch bags to donate to local homeless recovery centers, schools, and food pantrys. These grab-and-go lunch bags are a convenient way for the organizations to provide food to the hundreds of people that seek their assistance every day.
Did you know that homelessness only accounts for approximately 12-15% of the individuals that go hungry every day? Your group can show your support for each person in need by writing a few words of encouragement on each bag. This program accomodates small and large groups. ThatsJustGood provides education materials that are relevant to your local area, and information about the organization the donations are provided to.
Skills such as organization, delegation, and communication are required for this event. This program is a perfect ally for a Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) boost. Research has shown that giving has many upsides compared to receiving. Your organization doesn’t need to be a non-profit or social enterprise to give back to the community.
That's Just Good partners with schools in your community to help show that these teachers are appreciated.
Large, open space – ballroom, conference room, field or parking lot. We recommend 9 sq ft per person for this program.
We recommend events have a min of 10 participants, but we do not set a max. The amount of participants is capped by the venue's capacity.
The average event is 90 minutes, but we can time an event to range from one to three hours. Each event has an hour setup period prior to the start.
Due to the effects of the coronavirus pandemic, more than 54 million people may experience food insecurity in 2020, including a potential 18 million children.
25% of children in households at risk of hunger may be forced to rely exclusively on hunger relief charities to make ends meet.
Nearly 5.3 million senior citizens currently face hunger in the US.
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