For millions of American Children, School = Food
COVID-19 school closures have taught us that school is more than reading, writing, and arithmetic.
It's a place where kids feel safe and secure and have access to meals during the week.
Help ensure kids have food on the weekends too
Who Will Feed Kids in the First Coast
At Blessings in a Backpack we often ask, "Who will feed the kids this weekend?" But the COVID-19 emergency has caused us
to expand our programs from feeding kids on the weekends, to now serving kids while schools are closed.
Our Response to COVID-19
When Schools Are Closed?
Our Impact During 19/20 School Year
With the help of amazing partners, we were able to feed more children than ever before
AND help kids while schools are closed during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Read our Impact Report
PGA TOUR's Matt Wallace Donates to Feed Kids
When THE PLAYERS Championship ended early, Matt Wallace wanted to do his part to support
a local charity that would benefit from the event.
Learn More About the Donation
in the First Coast Chapter
Who will feed the kids this weekend?
90,000 kids in Northeast Florida eat food at school during the week
but struggle with access to food on the weekends. How can you help?
Local Give Back Opportunities
Consider the following ways to get involved with
First Coast Blessings in a Backpack.
Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Florida Network Realty proudly raised $7,540 for First Coast Blessings in a Backpack, a nonprofit organization that mobilizes communities, individuals and resources to provide food for elementary
Regency Centers launched the ouRCommunities program last year, which allows Regency employees to direct a portion of its corporate philanthropic donations toward some of their favorite organizations. Regency recently awarded