Food Brings Hope has partnered with Ormond Beach Middle School (OBMS) to provide enrichment activities and weekend food bags to at-risk students and their families..
“This is our first year as a partner with Food Brings Hope and we look forward with happy anticipation to the many valuable educational opportunities and resources that will be provided for our students,” shared Matthew Krajewski, Ormond Beach Middle School principal.
OBMS students participating in the nonprofit’s afterschool program, TeenZone, will benefit from an array of services and programs including afterschool tutoring, enrichment activities, and nutritious meals. Families of the select students will be able to receive 40 pounds of groceries as part of FBH’s weekend food bag program.
Krajewski added, “FBH directly benefits our students by providing the funding and support that is so needed to impact and enrich their lives. We are so appreciative for this partnership and for your care, concern and commitment to our students and school community.”
OBMS now joins other middle schools Campbell, Holly Hill, New Smyrna Beach, and Southwestern who also benefit from FBH programs.
FBH Founder and Chair Forough B. Hosseini believes that the partnership with the middle school will provide students with the tools they need to ensure their success in and outside of the classroom.
100% of Food Brings Hope overhead is paid for by the Hosseini Family Foundation!
100% of donations to Food Brings Hope directly benefit students.
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