Our Mission:

Eliminate Hunger.

We give Noblesville Schools students nutritious weekend meal packs to reduce food insecurity and promote the educational value of nutrition.

 
 
 
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Our Mission

We eliminate hunger among Hamilton County students by providing food insecure youth with nutritious meal packs, promoting the educational value of nutrition, increasing access to local food, and instilling hope. In doing so, Fueled for School ensures that food relief has a more meaningful, sustainable impact for undernourished students and local producers.

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Our Impact

In 2017, 136 Noblesville Schools elementary school students experiencing food insecurity received nutritious weekly meal packs. In 2018, we will almost double our impact serving around 200 students each week. Every meal pack contains 2.5 pounds of easy-to-prepare foods.

 

10+

Thousand Dollars Raised

As a 501(c)3 nonprofit, we accept tax deductible donations by check, PayPal, Venmo, or on this website. We are evidence-based, meaning your donations go directly and entirely toward feeding students and educating families for food self-sufficiency.

 

14+

thousand pounds of food raised

We "food-raise" in a big way! Nutritious foods are donated to our local warehouse where our team packs meals before our drivers deliver them to schools for pick-up.

 
 

4+

Thousand student meals delivered

Each two-and-a-half pound meal pack contains hearty, healthy foods like oatmeal, fruit, peanut butter, granola, pasta, cheeses, juice boxes and more!

 
 

Our Programs

Fueled for School's flagship program is its weekly, weekend meal pack initiative. By 2019, we envision growing beyond Noblesville elementary schools to serve and educate middle and high school students. As we expand, we will leverage community partnerships to ensure our students are fueled for school through additional avenues -- such as improved sleep.

 
 
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february 2018

"Noblesville Schools is thankful that Kristina is spearheading this effort on behalf of students in Noblesville and proud of the support that the Fueled for School initiative has received from fellow Noblesville Schools staff, parents and community members."

Dr. Beth Niedermeyer, Noblesville Schools superintendent / Read Full Article

 

 
 

Get Involved

Whether as a beneficiary, volunteer, or donor, everyone can play a role in eliminating student food insecurity!

 

Receive a Meal Pack

Sign up a student to be considered as a weekly meal pack recipient.

Volunteer opportunities

Learn more about packing and delivering meals for our students.

Make a Donation

Donate toward purchasing cost effective, nutritious foods by check, PayPal, Venmo, or on this website.