**Food Donations go to our Pantry at:
179 East 5065 So. Murray, # 216
Call 801-803-2505 for directions & delivey appointment. GPS won't get you there.
Our "Buddy Bag" program lets youth and small groups help with food.
Don Good doing some good by dropping off food donations for our pantry from friends from the Capital Church.
Neighbors unite to help end hunger
for our kids.
Families work together to gather food. We had one generous family whose goal was to gather enough food for 100
backpacks! They delivered them directly to the Murray Club. They did a phenomenal job and earned the satisfaction of
helping others at the same time.
Neighbors join together to help fight hunger in their own back yard by having a food drive, topped off with a
neighborhood Bar-B-Q or similar event.
Boy and Girl Scouts are always looking for charity and volunteer opportunities.
KidsEat! is the perfect activity for fulfilling an Eagle Scout Project!
If you have a talent or gift of speaking you can sponsor an event featuring your skill or talent. If you have a band, are a dancing club or other performing group, have a performance and have the price of admission be food. Jeremy Holm is an example of making this work ! He presented a wonderful motivational seminar.
Lion's, Kiwanis, Rotary, Exchange Club, Chambers of Commerce, Sororities, UWABO, Bunko and Bingo Clubs and everyone else ! Have your members bring their donation to your meeting for donation.
"Girls for Good" from Sandy, Utah organizing donations.
Men's and Women's Church organizations are the perfect groups to sponsor a food drive such as Sororities, Church Women's Organizations ie: Relief Society, Eastern Star, Mutual Girls, Job's Daughters, Demolay, Priesthoods, etc.
UDC officers deliver truck full of
food to the pantry.
Departments within a company or business can have an inter-departmental challenge. The winning department
gets a reward. The Utah Department of Corrections is a great example of a successful “Challenge”. The winning
Department got a pancake breakfast with the Chief and with Lynda Brown and Bob Dunn, VP, B&G Club of
Greater Salt Lake. Murray City Employees did a similar drive as well to help feed our kids !
There are many ways to have a successful Food Gifting for KidsEat! We are happy to provide material support, for example, banners, posters & bins .
If donating by check, please make payable to KidsEat! and mail to: Kids Eat!
C/O Evans & Associates
999 E. Murray Holladay Rd. # 104 SLC, UT 84117
Attn. Lynda Brown
All donations will be spent on food & supplies
We'll take non-perishable and unexpired food that kids love. The healthier, the better! Remember we are filling backpacks so no oversized items please.
Instant Oatmeal Packets, Pop Tarts, BelVita Bars, Soup, Small Peanut Butter,
Soups: Vegetable Beef, Chicken Noodle,
Trail Mix, Graham ,
Tuna (can or pouch) Granola Bars,
Mac & Cheese, Ravioli, Spaghetti & Meatballs, Pork and Beans, Chili, Fruit & Applesauce Cups, Pudding Cups, Vienna Sausage, Vegetables, Shelf Stable Milk, and other Non-Refrigerated Foods.
Avoid chips, cookies and Top Ramen, NO BEANS
No Glass Please.
The Hofmann family (Wayne, Tina, Lori, Jeff, Julie, Derek & Chelsea) all worked together to provide us with about $400 worth of food for our pantry. We are very grateful to them.
Cameron Jackson from Salt Lake Shows off the bins of food he raised as part of his Eagle Scout project.
A group of church women show off their food donations.
Keeping our pantry full is essential to our success !
Murray City Employees donate at work.
When having your Christmas and holiday parties, ask each guest to bring a few items to fill a bin for donation to KidsEat! People love to donate during the giving season. Lynda Brown has done this for many years with her neighborhood ladies' group. Instead of exchanging a gift, each lady brings a sack full of food. If you are a business, make a Christmas Tree of the collected food and then donate it to KidsEat! Program.
Sisters from the Lambda Master Chapter of BEO, Jolene Frandsen and Sharon Gibb visit Machelle Lake of B&G Club to determine food needs.
Silver Mesa Elementary 4th graders completed 125 "Buddy Bags' .