Principal's Pantries & Souper Bowl of Caring

 

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Hundreds of students in Jordan School District are in situations where they lack basic nutrition on the weekends. These students now receive food from Principal's Pantries, a program funded by Jordan Education Foundation. 

Each year during Super Bowl season, Jordan Education Foundation partners with schools in our district, local businesses and KUTV News for Souper Bowl of Caring, a nationwide fundraising vehicle to fight child hunger and which helps the Jordan School District student population that is homeless or in need of emergency assistance.  Our vision is to eliminate childhood hunger in Jordan School District.  When children's basic needs are met, they can do better in school.
 
Thanks to individuals, businesses, organizations and Jordan District schools, Jordan Education Foundation was able to bring in $38,508.05 during Souper Bowl of Caring 2016. 
 
2016 Donations received:
Bingham High School - $25,000.00
Herriman High School - $2,500.00
Terra Linda Elementary - $2,018.56
Jersey Mike's Subs - $1,204.00
Riverton Elementary - $1,054.97
Daybreak Elementary - $880.50
Popeye's - $839.01
JSD Nutrition Services - $500.00
South Jordan Chamber - $500.00
Blackridge Elementary - $455.86
Individual Donations - $250.00
 
Utah was the highest in gathering donations from schools in the country and 3rd highest with all participating organizations.  
Bingham High School's $25,000.00 donation was the largest school-made donation in the state and the 2nd largest nationwide
 
 
Donate a small portion of what you would spend on Super Bowl Party food and treats HERE, specify your donation is for Souper Bowl of Caring and help students in your own community fight hunger!

Your donation can make a world of difference in the lives of students!

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