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Our weekend bag program works directly through schools and local clubs to pinpoint the children most in need. Connecting individuals, families and businesses with schools in their community is one of the most effective ways to make an impact, enabling us to grow and reach even more hungry kids.

 

For donors looking to make a greater impact, our funding model provides a unique opportunity to adopt a school. Adopting a school means that you would provide weekend bags of food for an entire school year. In addition, you would have the option to pack those bags on a regular basis. This connection is so beneficial, both for you and also to the school in knowing they have a specific family, corporation or foundation looking out for them and their students. 

What does it take to adopt? It's simple, we work with each school to determine how many children are in need of food on the weekend. We then multiply that over a 40 week school year. Finally, we match up potential sponsors with a specific school, one that matches their financial comfort, and create a connection between the two.

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Donate any amount. Making a donation to a school of your choice helps them get closer to funding their weekend food program for the upcoming school year. 

As part of USANA’s commitment to the Kids Eat program, they pay for all our administrative costs. This means 100% of what you donate provides for FOOD for kids! 

 

A Special Thanks to Our
Adopting Sponsors

Dave Wentz

Dr. Robert Sinnott

Dr. Timothy Wood

 

 

And Our Major Contributors

USANA Health Sciences

Mountain America Credit Union

Edge Eyewear

Health Corps

Mayor Ron Bigelow, West Valley City Council

Mayor Blair Camp and Murray City Council

Chamber West

Murray Chamber

 

USANA® Kids Eat corporate sponsors share our vision to solve the problem of food insecurity within our community. They are dedicated to support schools and organizations in need gain access to healthy, reliable food so students can focus on their education, instead of hunger.