Get Sack Lunches Delivered For Lunch And Help Those In Need
The Northeast Iowa Food Bank will host their annual Cedar Valley Sack Lunch Delivery event on Thursday, November 3rd and Friday November 4th. The lunches will be delivered to Cedar Valley businesses between 9:00 AM and 11:30 AM on both days that event is taking place.
The annual Cedar Valley Sack Lunch Delivery event serves as an opportunity for Cedar Valley businesses and employees to purchase a homemade meal, prepared by Food Bank staff and volunteers, and have it delivered to their workplace. For $7, community members who purchase lunches from the Northeast Iowa Food Bank will receive a shredded pork sandwich, a fruit cup, pasta salad, chips, a cookie and a bottle of water.
“We are excited to, once again, partner with our donors and volunteers, to provide lunch to the Cedar Valley. In doing so, for each lunch sold we will then be able to provide 28 meals to people in need. We sincerely appreciate the partnership we have with community in helping us fight hunger.” - Barbara Prather, Executive Director
Thank you to the major sponsors of this year’s Cedar Valley Sack Lunch Delivery event which includes Tyson, Walmart, Martin Bros. Distribution, Randall’s, Sara Lee, Frito Lay, and Rabo AgriFinance.
To order a meal for this year’s Cedar Valley Sack Lunch Delivery event we ask for a minimum of 8 lunches per location with a central contact person.
Please call 319-235-0507 to learn more or visit www.northeastiowafoodbank.org to find a printable sign-up sheet for your business.The Northeast Iowa Food Bank provides nutritious food and grocery products, to about 200 nonprofit organizations and programs who assist the hungry, and to individuals who need food assistance to sustain life. Last year, the Food Bank distributed more than 6 million pounds of food, which provided over 5 million meals, within a 16-county service area.
The Food Bank provides eight programs that serve the Community-Member Agency Distribution, Cedar Valley Food Pantry, the BackPack Program, Kids Cafe, Elderly Nutrition, Mobile Food Pantries, Summer Feeding and a Community Garden. Encompassing all of these programs is nutrition education. The Food Bank is a member of the Iowa Food Bank Association and Feeding America. For more information visit www.northeastiowafoodbank.org