Team Dreamy Blood Falcons

Cans for Kids : Food for Thought

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Team Dreamy Blood Falcons
Joshua, Johnny, Destiny, Tykeria, Anastasia, Lanie, Shelby, Parker, Thomas, Rebecca, Connor, Gary, Jen
Our Goal
Collaboration Plan
Budgeting Plan
Marketing Plan
Informational Assembly-Sept. 3
Talent Show Fundraiser-Sept. 5
Sign ups-Sept. 5-12
Monthly Staff Meetings begin Sept. 13 continuing every 2nd Saturday of each month thereafter.
Fliers- Sept. 15
Educational Sessions begin Sept. 19 and continue the 3rd Friday of each month.

Educational Sessions continue every third Saturday of the month.
Monthly Staff meetings continue every second Saturday of the month.
Basketball fundraiser- Dec. 6 (to raise money for program/food bank
March- May
Educational Sessions continue every third Friday each month
Monthly Staff Meetings continue every second Saturday of each month.
Car wash fundraiser- March 7 @ Hy-Vee
End of the Year Potluck- May 1
Volunteers: Key Club, NHS, Girl/Boy Scouts, Teachers, Truman St. University, WIC, local grocery stores, local food bank, and the Salvation Army

We chose to work with other organizations because:
-volunteer motivation points for clubs
-scouts get badges
-Truman teachers educated in nutrition
"Our goal is to better educate youth on proper nutrition and how to budget for food, as well as help to provide those individuals with adequate nourishment and further prevent hunger in the community."
-Follows School Year Calender 
-Objective: That children will have a better knowledge of nutrition and budgeting by the end of the year 
People Resources
-school teachers
-the food bank and salvation army
-possible guest speakers
Tech Resources
-Check with school about use of an overhead projector
Building Resources
-Access to a school classroom and cafeteria for food storage
-local Hy-Vee parking lot access for car wash
Transportation Resources
The food transportation from the food bank to the school would rely upon the vehicles of volunteers

-September Talent Show 

-Informational school assembly to reach all the kids

-flyers posted in schools/businesses
-individual volunteers= end of the year potluck
-businesses and the school will have posters signed by the kids

All donations would be cash.
-the food bank is donating the food we need for the kids
-we need fewer supplies which is more cost effective
-we do not wish to compete with already established can-collecting businesses.

Food For Thought

Everlasting Courage

Feeding America: State-Wide Canned Food Drive

For our project, we will need permission from grocery stores to place the food donation bins in their business year round
We need permission from schools to hold the food/monetary drive and the competitions.
We will ask Harvesters and other local food pantries for use of their conference rooms for meetings. 
We also need permission from Harvesters and local food pantries for the transportation of the goods.
Pump It Up
In each of our communities across Missouri, our project is going to have a canned food and monetary donations drive for local food pantries (for example, harvesters). The High Schools will be collecting the donations, but anyone in the community can get involved. There will also be bins located in grocery stores around our communities where donations can be made year round, so we can help feed all of Missouri.
Taking Action
Our project is a long term program
The first part of our project is to have a month long food drive at each High School during the month of November. Classes that donate the most will be rewarded, to encourage donations. 
The second part of our project is to place bins around communities, for example, in grocery stores and local Rotary Clubs. These bins will be sponsored by the local High School's service clubs. The bins will be available to any individual who would like to donate non perishable food items.
Christy Boschert
McKenna Smith
Sydney Scholes
Ha Luu
Ashtyn Howard
Alexander Dye
Natalie Bishop
Tucker Jennings
Levi Anderson
Derek Miller
Greg Swaggart
Suzanne Richter
Feeding America: State-Wide Canned Food Drive
We will be accepting both monetary and non perishable food donations, because of the following reasons:
Quality of Items
Students from service clubs in each High School will be going to businesses like, The Chamber of Commerce, Rotary Clubs, and grocery stores. We will ask them to help establish our program and help support it.
We will be specifically asking grocery stores to help sponsor food donation bins and ask to place them in their business.
We will ask StuCo and organizations to advertise around their schools to help spread the word. 
We will also ask local food pantries to help advertise in order to get the word out and kickstart our operation.
Social Media
School Competitions
By: Animus Aeternum
(Everlasting Courage)
Team Members
Quality of Items 
We accept both monetary and non perishable food donations because of the simple fact that families need both fresh food and non perishable items.
Fresh food can be purchased with the money donated.
Non perishable food items can be kept in pantries for future need.
Whether people have money or canned food items on them, they can donate either one.
Individuals also may prefer to donate one or the other. 
People may not have access to the High School drive or the bins around town (or even grocery stores), so they can just donate money.
People like choices, and with this project, you can choose whether to donate non perishable items or money.
Our project will be looking for donations from school students/staff, church members, family and friends, and citizens of the entire community.
Our project wanted to include the whole community because we would like as many people involved as possible
We will be spreading awareness for our mission to help end hunger in Missouri by:
School assemblies
Newspaper ads
Posters in grocery stores and schools
School and radio announcements
Grade level competitions within each school
Adult Sponsors
Rotary officials involved in the coordination of the project.
Harvesters or other local food pantry representatives aiding with service project.
School officials.
We will need access to the Harvesters or other local food pantries transportation resources to transfer the donations.
Access to computers for organization and phones for communication.
School officials and administrations.
High School organizations/clubs
Store clerks/managers
People Resources
Technology Resources
Building Resources
High Schools
Grocery Stores
Transportation Resources
Harvesters and other local food pantry's vehicles
High School Officials and Students
Store Managers/Clerks
Marketing Ideas
Slogans: catchy and easy to remember
Hard Facts: provide people with information
Announcements: gets the word out
Social media: free, most people have some form of social media
Sporting events: gets the word out to students, the community and other schools
Take A Bite Out of Hunger
Special Thanks
We would like to thank school administrations for hosting the food drive and allowing the students to get involved.
Special thanks to school clubs/organizations for volunteering their time and efforts and making the food drive possible.
Our team would like to thank local food pantries for supporting our project and advertising.
We would also like to thank local grocery stores for advertising and allowing our project to place bins in their businesses.
A big thanks to the local Rotary clubs for their support and donations.
Most importantly our team would like to thank anyone who donated within the communities and had a role in our project.
For our food drive, we will need to buy many things.
To get the money we need, we will go to our local Rotary club and ask for funds, explaining the food drive, and what we hope to accomplish. 
We also plan to get donated supplies, such as poster board and markers from high school organizations.