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Feeding Hungry Kids – A Good Investment

Picture of business associates volunteer at WSK Packing Session. Feeding Hungry Kids - A Good Investment!

At Weekend Survival Kits our success comes from the support we receive from the communities we serve.  Many businesses have found that making Weekend Survival Kits the target of their volunteer and giving strategy is a good investment. Learn how feeding hungry kids is a good investment. Businesses like our […]

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Weekend Survival Kits and Old Nation Brewing Co. Working Together

photo of lagers being lifted by many different inviduals, represents the concept of working together to raise awareness and funds for weekend survival kits

Weekend Survival Kits and Old National Brewing Company are working together to raise awareness and funds to feed hungry kids. It is a point of community pride that Williamston is home for two very different but forward-thinking organizations.  Weekend Survival Kits is a nonprofit organization dedicated to feeding hungry kids […]

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School Administration Concerns on Getting Started

Food kit in a zip lock bag. Some administrations have concerns on getting started with distributing the kits.

From time to time, school administrations have concerns on getting started with Weekend Survival Kits (WSK). They may see the Weekend Survival Kits program as more work to an already busy day/week – seeing challenges to the on-boarding process. Interested schools should know we have structured our delivery program so […]

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Food Program Participation a Challenge

Kids in classroom. One in five kids qualify for food program participation

Food program participation is a challenge across the nation. For parents, it is the household income which qualifies their kids for the Free and Reduced-Price lunch and Breakfast programs and subsequently the Weekend Survival Kits program.  Across all three of these programs the national average of participation seems to hover […]

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