The Summer Feeding Program is made possible through funds from the USDA, administered through Hutchinson ISD #423, Hunger Free McLeod and Common Cup
Yes! The Summer Feeding Program IS BACK!
June 13th - August 12th
VFW Park & Rotary Park in Hutchinson
FARE FOR ALL DISCOUNTED FOOD BUYING PROGRAM
(This is a buying club for all; income does not matter)
Four types of packages plus an occasional "add on"
Pack 1 - $20.00 Combo Pack (4 assorted meat items, 5 varieties veggies & fruits
(formerly Regular Pack)
Pack 2 - $11.00 Mini Meat (a minimum of 4 assorted frozen meat items)
(formerly Meat Only)
Pack 3- $10.00 Produce (5 varieties of veggies, 2 fresh fruits)
Pack 4 - $25.00 Mega Meat (7-9 frozen meat items)
Common Cup Ministry is coordinating delivery of FARE FOR ALL food packages
Packs must be pre-ordered and pre-paid one week in advance at the Common Cup office. Call 320-234-8344 to order. Make checks payable to Common Cup Ministry
Pick-up time is 4:30-5:30 in the back lot by office.
Weekly activity schedule and more information
The Summer Feeding Program serves free lunch to children ages 1-18, Monday through Friday, June 13 - August 12, 2016 at VFW Park and Rotary Park in Hutchinson. In addition, free activities and games are provided Monday through Thursday before the lunch.
Three to four volunteers are needed to help staff the activities and assist with serving the lunch. If you love to play with kids in the MN sunshine, this is a great way to do it! Signing up is EASY! Use the link below to select days and times. Please call or e-mail Hailey @ 320-434-0361 or email@example.com if you are interested and have problems with the online scheduling tool,
WE ARE STILL IN NEED OF VOLUNTEERS!
Daily Menus for June and July
Lunch AND Fun!
Hunger Free McLeod is a group of volunteers that are working to help hungry people in Minnesota’s McLeod County. Even though there are government programs that provide food assistance to people in need of assistance, and there are other sources of assistance, there are still hungry people.
There are people who qualify for and are using the available programs but are not getting enough assistance to meet their food needs.
There are others who do not qualify for government assistance who are having trouble finding a way to afford to buy the food they need. These include:
· Children who are not getting enough food to eat when they are not in school.
· Families in which the bread winners are experiencing a loss of income due to job loss, reduced hours, reduced benefits, etc. In
these families it has become difficult to make house payments, to pay other bills, and to still be able to buy groceries.
· Elderly people on fixed incomes that are having trouble finding a way to buy food and to also pay their other bills.
These “missing meals gaps” are what Hunger Free McLeod strives to fill.
McLeod County Back to School Drive 2016-17
Free lunch and fun every weekday at two parks
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Green Peppers ~ 2 for $1.50
Hormel Pork Tenderloin Tips (2.25 lbs) ~ $5.50 each (limit 2)
JULY HOT BUYS
Hot Buys are based on availability and are subject to change.
Requesting School Supplies: Parents must request supplies for their children by using the official request form. Only 400 children will be able to receive supplies so submit your request as soon as possible. Deadline is Aug 5th 2016.
School Supplies Request form now available online!
Click here to goto the online form. Complete all required areas and click the Submit button at the bottom of the form. Your request will be sent to Common Cup Ministries. No need for the paper form....