Hurricane Relief Update

 

Storm Surge

Sign up at any of the packing events this week, we need your help!  KAH Bay Area is actively working to support victims of the recent hurricanes in Houston, Florida & Puerto Rica and making plans to send meals to all three areas.  Meanwhile, we are continuing to support Haiti without a reduction in the number of meals we send.   Thankfully, we have a lot of packing events scheduled for the remainder of 2017.   If you would like to pack meals, please join a packing event and help us prepare the needed meals.

 

Packing Meals For Texas

Harvey Victims

The response to pack for the victims of hurricane Harvey has been tremendous.  The packing events for Saturday are completely full.  Thank you all for your willingness to help.  We will let you know if we have another packing event for Texas in the near future.  Again a heartfelt THANK YOU!  If you would like to help with the cost of supplies and shipping Click Here.

First half of 2017

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The first half of 2017 has been outstanding for KAH Bay Area, thanks to our magnificent volunteers.  Fifteen thousand volunteers have packed more than 1.25 million meals which were shipped worldwide to India, Philippines, Haiti, and to help Syrian refugees, plus locally to support Feeding America.  The first half of the year has been amazing and with so many events already booked through the rest of 2017 we anticipate sending more than two and a half million meals to hungry children and families around the world.

 

What are you doing this summer?

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Hugh Bishop and his two sons, Sebastian and Eric, have finished the first leg of their cross-country bike trip to raise funds for Kids Against Hunger.  They have gone 801 miles, from Massachusetts to Cleveland this summer and will be continuing westward next year. They hit 4 states, had 3 flat tires, and climbed a combined 38,732 vertical feet saying they had a great time and can't wait for next summer  to continue on their way! Thank you for your fundraising trip and for bringing attention to our efforts to fight starvation and malnutrition around the world. 

May the wind be always at your back and may you have a wonderful ride.