Real Food for Kids is working hard to feed families as a result of school closures in the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak. Read more about our partnership with Chef David Guas here.

To support these efforts, we are offering a printable, home-based, Easter-themed scavenger hunt. Designed to be set up in any home, the hunt is a perfect activity to keep kids off screens and to help them learn about nutrition.

Created in partnership with the Benecomms marketing agency, and in support of our nonprofit, this activity takes only 8 minutes to set up and can keep 1-8 children engaged for up to an hour. Encouraging kids to create their own treasure hunt afterward extends the fun even longer.

Click here to download your hunt. We suggest a donation of $5 per download. Thank you for your support and for helping us to spread the word.

As the school year begins – however that might look – the challenges we’ve seen since March will persist. Data shows rates of childhood obesity and Type II diabetes among food-insecure children have already skyrocketed during this pandemic. Our Chefs Feeding Families initiative remains committed to equitable access to nourishing, delicious, plant-forward meals. In addition, as we approach the start of the 2020/2021 school year, Real Food for Kids will be adapting its suite of programs that foster and support healthy choices to more accessible formats best suited for the future school structure.

We are extremely grateful for your donation to address the needs of the most vulnerable students in our community.