Thursday, February 04, 2010

From OneHeart.org


Press Release
Lunchboxers teams up with the One Heart Foundation to distribute 4,000 beanies, scarves and gloves to families throughout Utah.


These donations will reach over 7 school districts, 30 schools and 4,000 homes.
Salt Lake City, UT, February 3, 2010:

Lunchboxers has teamed up with the One Heart Foundation to distribute 4,000 beanies, scarves and gloves to families throughout Utah. The donations began reaching the 30 schools on Monday, February 1, 2010 and will continue through Friday, February 5, 2010.

Lunchboxers is the largest school lunch caterer in Utah, serving over 35 charter, private and daycare schools. Lunchboxers also facilitates the National School Lunch Program by ensuring nutritious meals that meet Child Nutrition Standards. The One Heart Foundation is a local charity that was founded by the Osmond family here in Utah. Lunchboxers and the One Heart Foundation have teamed up to help struggling families during this difficult economic downturn.


Answering the need for a good school lunch catering system in Utah, Lunchboxers has served more than 2,000 lunches each day since August, 2009. The business model of Lunchboxers is simple: online ordering makes lunch prep easy for parents and a hands-free program for school administrators. Lunchboxers also consults schools on how to become part of the National School Lunch Program and works with the state to make it happen. Lunchboxers seeks to make healthy and affordable lunches for all of Utah’s children.

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Bev
http://www.bevscountrycottage.com

5 comments:

HilsGal said...

That is awesome. Bev, thanks for sharing this. Isn't it sad that the need is so huge?

Hugs
Chris

下雪的天氣 said...

到處盡心,即為快事;舉步踏實,便是坦途。 ..................................................

bevq said...

I found a translator from Chinese to English and that told me that the previous message says:

"Everywhere dedication, that is, with satisfaction; proudly at ease, that is clear for everyone"

Anonymous said...

Whatever happened to your son on a mission?

bevq said...

Hi Anonymous. Not sure who this is who is asking, but our son is still serving his mission. They serve for 2 years.

Bev