Harvesters’ Virtual Field Trip will take your group on an interactive and behind-the-scenes look at Harvesters and how we feed hungry people today and work to end hunger tomorrow. Students will complete activities that engage, educate and empower them to fight hunger in their community. This experience is designed for both school groups and home school settings.

First, participants will attend a virtual hunger education session hosted by Harvesters staff. At the end of the session, students will be able to:

  • Define hunger and food insecurity
  • List barriers to obtaining food
  • Brainstorm action steps to help work towards solving hunger in their community

Next, they’ll complete at least two activities that fall under Harvesters’ 4 calls to action: Give Food, Give Time, Give Money, and Give Voice.

Virtual Field Trip

Give Food

Give Time

  • Brighten the day for local seniors by creating greeting cards for people who receive our Senior Food Boxes.
  • Pack Give Lunch bags for us to distribute throughout our community.
  • Pack Holiday Boxes for us to distribute this holiday season.

Give Money

  • Host a Virtual Food Drive to raise funds that we can use to purchase, store, transport and distribute food throughout our community. For every $1 donated, we are able to provide 3 meals!

Give Voice

  • Host a virtual or in-person Community Education Event to share what you’ve learned about hunger with family and friends.
  • Spread the word to other classes in your school by creating posters, bulletin boards, or presentations to share with them.
  • Share informative videos on your classroom website

Ready to sign up ? Just fill out the form below and our staff will contact you and help you get started and figure out what activities will work best for your group.

Teacher/Parent Name*
Email*

Once finished with both parts, participants will receive a certificate of completion.

Please pardon our mess!Front Parking Lot Closed

Volunteers and visitors, please park in overflow lot across the street from our KC facility while our front lot is closed during painting.