Feeding Redmond School Kids during COVID-19

Open Kitchen, a ministry of Redmond United Methodist Church, partners with Redmond Presbyterian Church and Redmond Nourishing Network to fill the gaps when food is scarce for our most vulnerable neighbors.  Nourishing Network’s School Break Food Box Program depends on community donations, and we need your support more than ever as we commit to serving over 100 families living in the Education Hill area.

Your donation will help us fill over 400 boxes with hearty soups, crackers, peanut butter, fresh produce, and more!  More importantly, your gift will lessen stress on families, provide hope, and sustain kids so they are ready for distance learning in this unprecedented time and for their eventual return to the classroom on April 27th (we hope)!

Thank you, thank you, thank you for sharing our belief that NO ONE, especially a child, should ever go hungry!

A special shout-out to the Redmond Kiwanis Club, our amazing and tireless volunteers, Bella Botega QFC, and Local Churches up and down Education Hill for your can-do attitude, your compassion, and for stepping up when things get tough!   You MakeADifference!

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  • Sherri Nichols 
    • $1,000 
    • 56 mins
  • Tobi Beauchamp 
    • $100 
    • 1 hr
  • Barbara and Delmer Taylor 
    • $100 
    • 1 d
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    • $48 
    • 1 d
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    • $100 
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Kristen Muscott 
Redmond, WA
Redmond United Methodist Church 
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