Impact and Programs
(1) Increasing our impact through food program expansion: reached 2,200 children (previous year 650), distributing 56,000 bags (previous year 13,760) containing over 208,000 meals (previous year 53,117). (2) Ensuring our food program has a positive impact in the children’s lives: 94% of families responding to our survey reported their children were more prepared for school as a result of our program while 99% said their families were better supported. (3) Developing relationships and partnerships between the schools and the community: not yet measurable with data.
The Sheridan Story’s main objectives continue to be the same: (1) increasing our impact through food program expansion, (2) ensuring our food program makes a positive impact in the children’s lives, and (3) developing relationships and partnerships between the schools and the community.
Community or Constituency Served
School-aged children, PK-12, living in food insecurity. Families self-identify.
Geographic Area Served
Greater Twin Cities area and some Greater Minnesota.