Volunteer Packing Session

Packing Sessions for School Year 2020/2021 will be happening at the 242 Church Community Center in Okemos. Because of Covid the number and age of those attending will be limited. Watch for posts with information and link to Sign-Up form! 








Statistics as of: 2/20


WSK programs are organized for schools. Go here to find info on a specific program. 


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Volunteer Spotlight featuring Mark Kinnamon

Friends and Volunteers:  

Sign-Up for Packing and Distribution forms for the whole school year are now available.  Use the link below to review the opportunities. When you sign-up through the link below the system will send you a reminder.  If you find you need to cancel or change a date feel free to contact us for assistance. 

Note: These opportunities are for the 242 Church Hall location in Okemos.  Watch for updates for the Harry Hill Center and the Livingston County program. 

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About Donations: Thanks to all of you who have prioritized a gift to Weekend Survival Kits. Your support is much needed. As time goes on, it is clear that we will be identifying greater need for the weekend food supports, and that will cost more money. Please join us in providing food and hope to the kids we are serving by going to the donate page. or simply tap the donate button at the top right corner of the home page.

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IMPACT REPORT Released for Review

As we closed the books on 2018, our seventh year of service to families who are experiencing food insecurity through mostly elementary schools in five counties, we are filled with gratitude. It is a deep and enduring gratitude for all the support we have received both from donors and volunteers. This report is to help you understand the impact of the work we do and to understand the continuing needs of school children in our area.  Growth has been exhilarating, challenging and sometimes sobering. Especially sobering when we realize that the increase in schools and individual children represents thousands of stories of heroism, courage, and heartbreak which we will never be able to share. By its nature, due to confidentiality promises, we do not often get to hear about the challenges which qualify families to participate in this program…

To learn more about the Weekend Survival Kits performance across all the schools we serve, click on the report image.