Making a Community Food Pantry

Making a Community Food Pantry

Making a Community Food Pantry

At La Crosse Montessori Preschool the classes worked together to assemble a community food pantry!

Food for those in need

The class discussed how sometimes and for various reasons, people will need assistance so that they are not, "Food insecure." Being food insecure means you lack the ability to always have all the food you may need to have nutritious and feeling meals. By making a special pantry it makes it so that teachers, students, and parents can put food items in the pantry as a donation. Then, that makes it so others can then come and take items whenever they need them. It is a wonderful way to teach youth about how to help take care of others and the importance of giving.

Source for photos: La Crosse Montessori Preschool

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Making a Community Food Pantry
July 3, 2021
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