The mission of Our Children our Future is to inspire students, families and communities to take control of their lives.

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  • Education
  • Environment

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7864862824 235 NW 127 st north Miami, Fl. 33168

Date You Started Your Project Started

FALL 2017

Project Stage: Select the description below that best applies to your approach.

  • Established (successfully passed early phases, have a plan for the future)

1. The Problem: What problem are you helping to solve?


2. Your Solution: How are you planning to solve this problem? Share your specific approach.


3. Personal Journey: What’s the story behind why you decided to start this project?

GOALS 1. Establish a school pantry, to help our families; and community in hard times. 2. Teach kids healthy alternatives, fast food vs home cooking. 3. Start a farm to table cooking program to allow our families to cook together, eat together 4. Start a Food Truck program, to help local families . Offer them a fresh meal.

4. Selfie Elevator Pitch: Include 1-minute video that answers the following “I am stepping up to make change because...”

6. The X Factor: What is different about your project compared to other programs or solutions already out there?

Food for Sharing provides an opportunity for our customers to share hope, love, and joy when they donate to help hungry families. Customers can directly impact the efforts within their communities to alleviate hunger when they give to this easy donation program. Behind the scenes, we arrange for multiple food banks, pantries, and nonprofit organizations to receive the items to distribute to those families in need. We distribute full cases of products to these organizations within your community. For several years, we have worked with food banks, pantries, and nonprofit partners to waste.

7. Impact: How has your project made a difference so far?

As this school year comes to a close, We celebrate all our accomplishments. We set up our 1st food distribution, and we donated our time, and labor to touch over 150 low income Households, and homeless community. We completed setting up the free lunch program. Touching low income families. We assisted Farm share, in sorting, and packaging food donations. We also completed our 1st Holiday celebration. With the assistance of Toys for Tots,And fed our families for our Holiday show. We introduced our Jr, and Sr to assist in catering, and we project to have our kids learn cooking techniques, and presentations into our entrepreneur team. Keep them involved first hand, not just with the community, but they can share the talent with their families As well. This program, inspires them to look at foodservice, community outreach, We fed a crowd of 250 people.

8. What’s Next: What are your ideas for taking your project to the next level?

Our goal for this coming school year is projected to continue helping our kids niand our community. Your donation of much needed school supplies will help us help our families start this school year ready to learn and grow. The magic of our school is funded through step up scholarship, most of our families are low income, and free lunch program recipient. Your donation would add to the magic,as our kids start out this school year. We have a total of 200 children. We thank you in advance for taking the time to read our request, and appreciate any goods you can provide.

9. Which of the following types of expertise would be most useful for you?

  • Project Plan & Strategy

10. Finances: If applicable, have you mobilized any of the following resources so far?

  • Friend support
  • Family support
  • Mentors/advisors
  • Donations over $10k

Help Us Support Diversity! Part 1 [optional] Which of the following categories do you identify with?

  • White (for example: German, Irish, English, Italian, Polish, French) (6)
  • Hispanic, Latino/a, or Spanish origin (for example: Mexican, Puerto Rican, Cuba, Salvadoran, Dominican, Colombian) (7)
  • Black or African American (for example: African American, Jamaican, Haitian, Nigerian, Ethiopian, Somalian, etc) (8)
  • Self-identify race, ethnicity, or origin: (5)

Help Us Support Diversity! Part 2 [optional] Do you identify as part of any of the following underrepresented communities?

  • Communities of color
  • Disability community
  • Low-income community
  • LGBTQ community
  • Religious minority (non-Christian)

How did you hear about this challenge?

  • Social media
  • T-Mobile page or contact

1 comment

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Jacqueline, I am so enthused with the progress you have already completed! The community I am working to make a change in is quite similar to yours. I feel that there are some groups that tend to be forgotten about at times and I love that you are taking the initiative to make an huge difference. Please keep it up, and I suggest connecting with your local food bank. I know the Middle Georgia Food Bank actually does backpack lunches and back to school drives. Check it out!