I don’t know about you, but after three hours of being on my feet, moving boxes, preparing meals and sorting food donations, I’m uplifted… and I’m hungry! Volunteering can make a person work up an appetite.
A new, convenient program takes the guesswork out of what’s for lunch. Lunch for Good is a simple solution that volunteers have been asking for since the Hunger Relief Center opened on Mercy Drive over five years ago. These fresh, healthy boxed lunches are available for individuals or groups to enjoy before, after or between volunteer shifts.
There are a variety of lunches to choose from, each made with quality ingredients, including turkey and cheese, ham and cheese and chicken salad. Lunches can be customized to accommodate gluten-free diets. A Mediterranean salad is also available. Each lunch includes a bag of potato chips and a choice of a fresh-baked cookie or crisp apple.
Lunches are available Monday through Friday for pick up at the food bank in Orlando. Delivery is not available for individual lunches.
Ordering a Lunch for Good
Individuals can place an order at www.aspoonfullofhope.org. You can reserve your sandwich weeks in advance when you schedule your next volunteer shift or just a few days before. During checkout, please input the date of your volunteer shift on the calendar in the Shopping Cart. Also, note that you are a VOLUNTEER in the special instructions space on the order form. Then, pick up your lunch in the designated table in the breakroom.
Not volunteering? No problem. You can order a Lunch for Good any weekday and pick it up at the front desk between 11 a.m. and noon.
Ordering for a group? For orders of 20 or more, please coordinate with Lanette Jarvis at email@example.com.
Feel good about your lunch
As part of the A Spoon Full of Hope product line, 100% of the proceeds from each Lunch for Good supports the Culinary Training Program at Second Harvest. Learn more about this unique food product line and place your order at www.aspoonfullofhope.org.