Bag a Lunch, Help a Bunch is a grassroots fall initiative that invites individuals, employees in corporations and students in schools to donate the equivalent of their lunch money for a day, week, month or more to help Table to Table feed those who need it most. Every dollar raised, provides 10 healthy meals!
Bag a Lunch, Help a Bunch is a grassroots initiative that invites individuals, employees in corporations and students in schools to donate the equivalent of one day’s lunch money to help Table to Table feed those who need it most. Every dollar raised, provides 10 healthy meals!
Kid Power = 52,000+ Meals!
Kid Power = 52,000+ Meals! In 2021, students at Cherry Hill Elementary School were recognized with The Bag a Lunch, Help a Bunch Bernard and Geraldine Segal Foundation Award for Student Philanthropy. The students raised enough funds to provide 52,860 meals to our hungry neighbors!
Donate What You Would Spend on Lunch to Feed Our Hungry Neighbors
5 Easy Steps
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✅ Assign a Team Captain and create your list of participants. Choose to participate using the signature brown paper lunch bags or via a customized web site (with your logo) that Table to Table creates for you!
✅ Contact Table to Table’s Director of Events, Shahna Sherwood for more information about your event, customized web site, promotional ideas to host your school or company event and to learn about sponsorship opportunities.
✅ Pick a day to host your Bag a Lunch, Help a Bunch event and rally your team!
✅ On the day of, along with your team, donate what you’d normally spend on lunch at your school or office.
✅ Place your ‘lunch’ money in the brown bag provided, seal it and it will be collected by the Team Captain. If you’ve chosen to use the website, enter your donations through the site. The lunch money raised directly helps to feed our hungry neighbors.
Bag a Lunch Events
Elevate your school by organizing Bag a Lunch class teams who compete with other classes. Involve your principal, the PTA, faculty and parent community to support the challenge. Publicize the event via the school’s website, social media, and invite the Mayor to help kickoff or culminate the activity.
Not in school? This concept works well in companies too! In fact, it makes a great employee engagement activity.