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Charity Matching Food Drive::

Charity Matching Food Drive: For Symphony Seven School of Arts & Technology Tori Green GB512 Kaplan University Professor Barretto July 14, 2014

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Executive Summary The following will provide information pertaining to my proposal for a charity matching food drive benefit for our school, “The Staff/Students and Community Food Drive”.

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Introduction   Far too many children, seniors, and entire families go without food. Our staff, students, and community, can help eliminate hunger during the holiday seasons . 

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Good Reason To Do This Project Help feed people Support a community program Demonstrate social responsibility Meet people in the community Give back to the community during these uncertain economic times Teach children how to give to others Help children work together for a common goal

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Overview of the Hunger Issue in North Florida Numbers represent 1 million pounds of food distributed

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Ways to Appeal to Staff/Students and Community Wrap collection box in kid friendly paper and attach the suggested shopping list to each bin in a clear envelope Offer to take monetary collection for individuals who do not want to purchase items, but would like to support the drive Have a designated team to empty the bins, keeping count of items and posting results regularly with reminders to help increase last minute donations, showing the staff, students and community of the progression of the food drive Take pictures of the food collected, this would be a great way to announce the school’s participation and results. Use them in posters, newsletters and e-mail to parents and the community

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List of Suggested Nonperishable Food Items Canned Meats Canned Tuna and Salmon Peanut Butter Jelly Canned or Dry Soups Canned Stews and Chili Tea Bags Coffee (ground no beans) Canned Pasta Canned Vegetables Canned Fruits Canned Pasta Hot and Cold Cereals Rice Cake Mixes Pancake Mix Syrup Powdered Milk Packaged Pasta Juice Boxes Canned Juices Canned Beans Spam Canned Gravy Granulated Sugar Baby Food & Cereal Baby Formula Granola Bars Cereal Bars The suggested donation items are not limited to list, however glass or perishable items will not be accepted.

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Goals of Food Drive Grade level competition for students Teacher/Staff competition School versus School competition Community event/rally

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Virtual Food Drive Convenient for donors too busy to shop for items Donations collected support Feeding a Child Sponsorship Donations collected buy hot meals for homeless Partnership with a local restaurant

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Other Local Food Drives Local Churches Pick and Pull Salvage Yard Wells Fargo Apartment Complexes Second Harvest

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Benefits of a Food Drive Beneficial to the healthy of those in need Preventing hunger of neighbors Decrease in hunger related mortality Children function better with nourishing meals Elders will be stronger/healthier preventing diseases caused by unhealthy eating habits Happier and Healthier community

Jack Davis Florida Restaurant Lending a Helping Hand Act Florida State bill (B276):

Jack Davis Florida Restaurant Lending a Helping Hand Act Florida State bill (B276) Liability Protection for Food Donors Offering protection from liability when donating to non-profit organizations Providing protections from civil and criminal liability Setting a floor of “gross negligence” or intentional misconduct for donations of grocery products

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Conclusion Holidays are a time of caring Adopting a Food Drive shows we care about our community Provide families with food during holiday seasons Help feed the hungry/homeless Make this benefit annual Community wide event/rally

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References Lafferty, Eric. Community Action Services and Food Bank (2011). School food drive guide          Retrieved from  http://communityactionprovo.org/wpcontent/uploads/2011/09/School- Food Drive- Handbook.pdf The Food Bank for Central and Northeast Missouri (2010). Retrieved from  http://sharefoodbringhope.org/foodfortheholidays/ Corporate holiday charity? Retrieved from http://web.a.ebscohost.com.lib.kaplan.edu/ehost/detail?vid=3&sid=b1684e0624ec4d 88af28df30b31b8715%40sessionmgr4002&hid=4201&bdata=JnNpdGU9ZWhvc3Qt bGl2ZQ%3d%3d#db=than=93466583 Create the Good. (2012). Project for organize a food drive. Retrieved from http://createthegood.org/toolkit/organize-food-drive Food4Kids backpack Program North Florida. (2011) Retrieved from http://food4kidsbackpackprogram.com/volunteer.html Nourishment Network: The Food Bank of North Florida. Retrieved from http://www.wenourishhope.org/donate-food-to-feed-the-hungry#donate

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