Service: Kids Food Basket (Grand Rapids)

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Please RSVP to Dennis at [masked] if you plan to come, so KFB will be able to judge the amount of food to have on hand.
KFB will fill in with other people if we do not fill our slots.

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Mark your calendars before things get any busier! Our annual Secular Service Project at Kids’ Food Basket will be Saturday January 5, 2019. Kids’ Food Basket is a nonprofit organization that attacks childhood hunger through their Sack Supper program, which now serves nearly 10,000 kids each weekday in West Michigan. Sack Suppers are well-rounded meals which provide nutrition necessary for a child’s development. Our project will be to compile the single serving portions which will later be assembled into the suppers. We need 20 volunteers willing to work in a friendly, fun atmosphere. Our two-hour stint, 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 am, usually flies by in no time. Kids 5 and older are welcome (though must be accompanied by an adult up to 15). We will assemble at 9:25 a.m. sharp and begin after a brief orientation. One step that is new this year is that each volunteer needs to create their own account with Kids' Food Basket. This should be done before the event and can be done online by going to:

Only fill out your own account. The information about the organization and time slot have been already accounted for.

Kids’ Food basket is located at 2055 Oak Industrial Dr. NE #C Grand Rapids, 49505.

Please RSVP to Dennis at [masked] if you plan to come, so KFB will be able to judge the amount of food to have on hand.

Kids Food Basket of Grand Rapids meets the needs of area children that would otherwise go without evening meals. Kids’ Food Basket’s goal is to meet the nutritional needs of these children in order for them to receive the proper brain development they need to thrive in school and life . Kids’ Food Basket serves about 10,000 a day during the school year.

CFI Secular Service is a program of CFI Michigan that is working to support CFI’s mission by translating humanist values into action for the common good. Secular Service is working to provide opportunities for members to engage in community service and outreach throughout the year.

Learn more about CFI Secular Service at:

If you would like additional information about upcoming Secular Service projects or have questions – please contact Cindy Krieg:
Email: [masked] or call:[masked]