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All the state funding for our Chefs in Schools program was unexpectedly cut! We need your help to recover $250,000 of lost public funding to continue our work to transform school food in more than 100 low-income Massachusetts schools this school year.
Calling all teachers! Our Holiday Spoons Project gives you a very fun way to engage your students about hunger in their state, and a way to fundraise for Project Bread. Sponsored by Jordan's Furniture, every dollar raised by your students while selling their festive spoons is matched up to $10,000! Jordan's Furniture will give the winning spoons, voted on online, group IMAX tickets to their theaters! We can do a lot of good this holday season for our neighbors.
On November 4th, the Massachusetts Farm to School Project hosted the 4th Annual Massachusetts Farm and Sea to School Conference in Leominster, MA. Farm to school advocates from all over the state attended the conference and participated in over twenty-five breakout sessions. The sessions addressed the challenges with local food procurement, the challenges associated with reducing food waste in schools, how to effectively involve youth in local agriculture, and much more.
Project Bread's 2nd annual Fall Harvest Fest on October 26th was a fantastic evening in support for our Chefs in Schools.
Project Bread's Chef Educators teach in summer food service sites around the state that "Cooking Matters". Project Bread Chef Educator Sam Icklan led the kids at the Gill-Montague summer meal site in healthy hands-on cooking lessons that had them lining up for seconds.
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