Through Feeding Our Future, the League is committed to alleviate child hunger in Gainesville-Hall County by providing chronically hungry children and their households with nutritious and easy-to-prepare food through a monthly food box distribution. The Feeding Our Future program has grown to serve hundreds of families within multiple schools in the Gainesville City and Hall County School Districts.
We have many women and children that depend on us each month and we are determined to support them and provide them with the items they need. Our Feeding our Future committee members work hard packing and distributing boxes, dedicated to meeting the needs of families in our community year round.
We are no longer distributing food at the League Lodge, but have partnered with the schools to open up pantries inside the school system to better serve families with children throughout the school year. We have a fully operational pantry at Enota Elementary and will be opening pantries at Chicopee Woods Elementary and Gainesville High School during the 2019-2020 school year. Families of Gainesville City students should reach out to their school social worker if they are in need of food.
Who do we serve?
Our goal is to serve 50 families at each school pantry. This would account for 150 families from schools all over Hall County.