Author Archives: Judie

About Judie

Community Advocate, Blogger and Consultant

Childhood poverty – survey results released!

Last month KN2E circulated a one-question poverty survey: POVERTY SURVEY QUESTION What is your understanding about why one in five children in our community live with food insecurity due to poverty*? [*Poverty is defined as not having sufficient resources for … Continue reading

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Kidz LunchBox 2017 volunteers recognized

Kidz LunchBox couldn’t feed kids in the summer without dedicated and loyal volunteers! Some may only help for a shift or two, while others come weekly and more often. All were needed and appreciated. In 2017, we were blessed with … Continue reading

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Kidz LunchBox provides summer meals

Many thanks to the Butler County Times Gazette for publishing this awesome article about our new GLOW Bus (“Green LunchBox on Wheels”)! Click on the green bus to read article.

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GLOW Bus bringing free meals to kids soon!

Kids Need To Eat’s new Green Lunchroom on Wheels – The GLOW Bus – is ready to start taking free meals to kids on July 5, 2017. At 5 bus stops, kids are invited to eat lunch on the bus … Continue reading

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Volunteers Needed for Kidz LunchBox 2017

Looking for something meaningful and fun to do this summer? Maybe something you could do with your children or grandchildren – or with your church group, co-workers, or family and friends? Kidz LunchBox 2017 needs volunteers to help feed kids … Continue reading

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Kidz LunchBox holds snacks drive during May.

We are also collecting reusable cloth totes in good condition. Questions? Please contact Barbara Day, 316-323-3899 (cell/text).

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Kidz LunchBox collecting books for kids

Kidz LunchBox is collecting new and gently used books for children and young adults during April.  Books are needed for ages 1 to 18 – including adult books suitable for high school students.  See list of drop off sites below. … Continue reading

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