FEI Foundation, in coordination with IONHoCo, Launches Food Pantry for Families in Need
Howard County Families for Education Improvement Foundation (FEI Foundation) is guided by the mission of ensuring all children in Howard County have the basic needs and resources available to enable them to build a successful future. The COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated existing disparities in our community, in particular around food insecurity. The Indian Origin Network of Howard County (IONHoCo), recognized this heightened need early in the pandemic and quickly mobilized pop-up food pantries, providing over 10,000 pounds of food weekly to local communities in need. FEI Foundation is now proud to launch additional food pantries in late June, in coordination with IONHoCo.
The food pantries will take place at the Long Reach Village Center parking lot, and will in particular serve the needs of students at Phelps Luck Elementary. “Many families in our community have been unable to work during the COVID-19 pandemic. Supporting them with additional food during this time is an essential need,” said Michelle Leader, Principal of Phelps Luck Elementary. “We appreciate the support that Families for Education Improvement Foundation will provide to our families!”
Details of the FEI Foundation Food Pantry:
June Dates: Saturday June 20th | Tuesday June 23rd | Saturday June 27th | Tuesday June 30th
Time: 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Where: Long Reach Village Center parking lot
8775 Cloudleap Ct, Columbia, MD 21045
How You Can Help:
If you would like to sign up to volunteer at the Food Pantry, please visit FEI Foundation Food Pantry Volunteering to sign up for a shift.
To donate to support the FEI Foundation Food Pantry, please visit https://feifoundation.org/. Your donations are greatly appreciated and will make a real difference for children and families in our community!
For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 410-497-7695.