Your contribution to Spoons supports food and nutrition programs for children. Here are some examples how donations are used:
- Your $1,000 donation supports classroom lessons for The Dinner Party Project® in two 5th grade classrooms, actively engaging 50 students in the entire process of planning, preparing and sharing a delicious and festive meal with family and friends.
- Your $500 donation brings the Spoons Food Miles Relay to two 4th grade classrooms, helping 50 students understand the benefits of eating local by participating in a relay race that explores the energy used to get food from the farm to the table.
- Your $100 donation enables ten 3rd graders to participate in Take A Taste with Spoons, learning about the harvest, exploring the elements of taste, sampling seasonal produce and learning a recipe they can prepare at home.
- Your $50 donation gives five children the opportunity to learn how to prepare a salad and make their own vinaigrette by participating in Take a Taste with Spoons: Spoons Salad Days.
- Your $20 donation allows two 2nd graders to participate in Agriculture Literacy Week, learning where food comes from, what kinds of foods are produced in New York, the people involved in growing them, and how they taste.
Invest in a child’s education today —- Promote a healthy tomorrow.
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From Farm to Table, Inc.
Spoons Across America
349 Fifth Avenue
New York, NY 10016
Spoons Across America™ is a 501 (c)(3) not-for-profit organization. All donations are deductible under the full extent of the law. Spoons Across America will provide a written acknowledgment for all charitable contributions.
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