‘Lunch angel’ strikes again at Matzke Elementary March 3, 2014—“Lunch angel” Kenny Thompson of Feed the Future Forward made his second donation in a week to a CFISD school when he contributed $673.94 to pay off all 128 past-due lunch balances at Matzke Elementary School. While...Read More
Students from Horne Elementary School’s student council greet Kenny Thompson at the school on Monday morning. Thompson came to the campus on behalf of nonprofit Feed the Future Forward, paying off all 158 outstanding lunch accounts totaling $965.67. Feb. 24, 2014——“Lunch angel”...Read More
A huge congratulations to Kenny Thompson for receiving the award for Four. For Good Award today on the steps of City Hall! The organization accepted open nominations for its Four. FOR GOOD award that recognizes a group of individuals who embody the FOR GOOD Movement, an effort...Read More
All for Lunch! Lunch for All!
Mission StatementFeed the Future Forward, Inc. wants to ensure that every student enrolled in school is provided a healthy nutritious lunch regardless of his or her economic status. Feed the Future Forward, Inc. also wants to educate and inform all parents/guardians of available lunch programs, qualification requirements for each, and financial obligations throughout the school year. Finally, Feed the Future Forward, Inc. wants to supplement funds where student accounts are delinquent so hot meals are provided to all students without discrimination. No child should be humiliated in the lunch line. No child should be subjected to discussions about delinquent balances. No child left behind in the lunch line. All for lunch, lunch for all!
We are in the process of filing applications to become a non-profit. Woohoo! As soon as the non-profit status is approved you all will be the first to know!
We hope the government will approve our non-profit status quickly, but we will not be deterred! We plan to keep helping the kids, and we ask for your continued support.
We’re currently accepting donations via Paypal, and are working hard to help identify schools with students lunch accounts that are unfunded or underfunded. Your donations go to pay these balances off so kids can have a healthy lunch that helps them think and succeed in school.
Donate by Mail at:
Feed the Future Forward, Inc.
P.O. Box 79722
Houston, TX 77279-9722
Happy Anniversary! A milestone has been reached!
It’s been exactly 4 weeks since our founder, Kenny Thompson, took care of the 1st school which started this great movement. With the generous gifts from the community and our nation, we have reached a milestone. As of March 3rd, Feed the Future Forward has taken care of more than 1,000 kids’ negative lunch accounts. We have been to 11 different schools in 5 different districts around the greater Houston area. We have spent nearly $7,200. We want to sincerely thank those angels who have made this possible! Our promise is to keep helping the children. Lunch Angel funds are being set up at schools to help eliminate the alternative lunches altogether. Districts are looking at their own policies and procedures to better feed their students. We are extremely proud of the changes since our story broke. We get the feeling that a new lunch program is in the works. We pray that some day all schools will have eliminated the alternative lunch programs. All for lunch, lunch for All!
Donations made on the Feed the Future Forward website have allowed Thompson to piggyback off his initial donation of $465 to Spring Branch ISD’s Valley Oaks Elementary School on Feb. 3. He has since paid off negative lunch balances at:
five schools in Spring Branch ISD on Feb. 10 ($3,338);
Aldine ISD’s Aldine Middle School on Feb. 14 ($954.02);
Houston ISD’s Sinclair Elementary School on Feb. 17 ($147.10); and
Katy ISD’s Sundown Elementary School on Feb. 17 ($627.91).
When combined with the donation to Horne on Monday, the combined effort from Feed the Future is $6,497.70 benefiting approximately 900 students in greater Houston in less than a month.
On February 17th, Kenny and FTFF visited a Houston ISD school, Sinclair Elementary. Lunch balances were paid off 41 children for a total of $147.10. The principal, teachers, and its lunch staff we very welcoming and happy to have FTFF there to help their kids!
On the same day we also visited a Katy ISD school, Sundown Elementary. The negative lunch balances were paid for a total of $627.91!
Sundown Elementary and the Katy ISD Food Service Department welcomed Mr. Kenny Thompson, Feed The Future Forward, to our school this Monday morning. Mr. Thompson presented a check to the Katy ISD Food Service Department which will be used to pay all of Sundown Elementary students’ outstanding lunch balances.
Steven B Pustejovsky
Principal – Sundown Elementary
Happy Valentines Day!
On February 14th Kenny Thompson and Feed the Future Forward went to Aldine ISD and took care of Aldine Middle School, one of the most needy schools in the district. $954.02 was paid in negative lunch balances and took care of over 100 kids. Kenny was welcomed by the principal and the lunch staff. Fox 26 News showed up at the school and the story aired on the 5 o’clock news.