10 Thoughtful Holiday Gifts Made by FoodCorps Alumni
Parents and FoodCorps service members have to work together; it can take up to a dozen times of trying a new food for a child to come around and develop a taste for it. And healthy habits built at school must make their way home to have the biggest impact.
On one of our last days at Kualapu’u Charter School, we were approached by parent and teacher, Marshall Joy, to film FoodCorps in action the kids. We’ve been working at Kualapu’u since the beginning of the school year with two Kindergarden and one first grade class. Joy is a farmer himself on Moloka’i and strongly … Continued
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