Central Kitsap Food Backpacks 4 Kids (CKFB4K) provides supplemental meals each weekend during the school year to students and families of the CK School District who are at risk of weekend hunger. Last year, CKFB4K was able to send home, via its unique backpack delivery system, over 6,000 supplemental meals to these families. This impressive accomplishment was achieved through food drives, donations, and the diligent work of our wonderful volunteers.
When you see children walking home wearing backpacks each Friday after school we hope you can’t determine which ones are proudly carrying food home for his/her family. But, we sure can rest easily knowing that over 250 of them will have a few excellent meals for their family over the weekend thanks to the work of the Central Kitsap Food Backpacks 4 Kids program. Much more remains to be done and during the 2018/2019 school year - we hope to do just that.
Phone: (360) 536-7904
Phone: (360) 710-9584
Address: PO Box 1185
Silverdale, WA 98383
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A very generous donation from the Balduf Group. Monies will be used to help feed hungry students and their families. Thankyou Balduf Group!!
Monika Scotti was nominated by the Washington Association of School Administrators (WASA) for the 2018 Community Leadership Award. Monika received her nomination for being an active volunteer in the Central Kitsap School District and for her leadership in the Backpacks 4 Kids program, as well as numerous PTA roles she has held locally and at the state level.
Picture on left (David McVicker, Superintendent and Monika Scotti)
Way to go Monika!
CKFB4K Annual Christmas Craft Fair
Annual Craft Fair held at SUMC. Many vendors and crafts with proceeds benefitting the backpack program.
Our valued volunteers working hard at sorting out the various items so they can be organized and packed for each school