Donate by April 15th to provide healthy, nutritious food to our North Lake Tahoe/Truckee neighbors
Food is routinely the last basic need considered within a low-income household’s budget, forcing many households to either buy less food or cut food costs where they can. These cuts often come at the expense of food quality and can lead to a host of negative health consequences that result from malnutrition and nutrient deficiency.
Perhaps the most disturbing statistic surrounding food insecurity is the impairment of academic development in school-age children.
- $25 will feed a family of 2 emergency food for 1 week
- $50 will feed a family of 4 emergency food for 1 week
- $100 will feed a home-bound community member emergency food for 2 months
- $500 will feed a family of 4 emergency food for 3 months