News Tagged: Long Island Lutheran High School
Long Island Lutheran High School (LuHi) hosted its first meal-packing event with Meals From The Heart in 2011. Since then, just about every year LuHi students, faculty, and staff, with the help of other local schools, community groups, and association congregations, packed about 300,000 meals, many of which went directly to food shelves and food pantries in Long Island.
This Year Marked Out 10th Anniversary Of Packing Meals With The Long Island Lutheran Middle and High Schools!
Wow! It’s hard to believe, we’ve been packing for a decade with our friends from the Long Island Lutheran Middle and High Schools (LuHi). This past October marked the tenth year when over 800 volunteers, including the entire student body, faculty, and staff, packed over 197,000 meals that were delivered to Island Harvest and local pantries. These meals helped individuals and families on Long Island struggling with food insecurity as we all continue to navigate this pandemic.
We’ll travel across the country to help local families. While bracing for Minnesota’s annual April snow storm last week, the team from Meals From The Heart made the trip out east to Long Island Lutheran High School (LuHi) for the annual meal-packing event.
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Hundreds of students on Long Island are making thousands of meals, not only to feed needy families but also to honor a close friend of the school who died while giving back. Counting scoops of rice, vegetable flakes, and soy protein, students at Long Island Lutheran Middle and High School were working together to pack bags of food for people in need.
Tactile Medical turns busy hands, big hearts, and lots of smiles into an employee engagement event like no other.
Tactile Medical, based in Minneapolis, Minnesota, knows that you don’t have to be a huge corporation to make a big impact on your community.
Last month, Meals From The Heart made the trip out east to Long Island Lutheran High School (LuHi) for their 7th annual meal-packing event. And boy, was the trip worth it! In just three days, from April 9-11, over 1,200 students, staff, friends, and volunteers packed 316,060 meals for neighborhood food shelves.