The Angel Food “SNAC” (Serving Nutrition to Area Children) Program is designed to address chronic hunger among elementary-age children within the diocese. It aims to provide nutritious food to children who might not otherwise have adequate food over the weekend.
Working in partnership with select parishes in the diocese, this program identifies children from low-income households who also meet the criteria of being chronically hungry or having food insecurity. These are children who might not have adequate food over the weekend. At the end of each week, the eligible children receive a knapsack of food to take home. Each knapsack contains child-friendly, nutritious, shelf stable food including two breakfasts, two lunches, two dinners, two snacks and four beverages.
View/print our Angel Food SNAC brochure
View our Angel Food SNAC program video (shown at the 2014 Caritas Dei Bishop's Gala)
View an article on this program's launch in the Florida Catholic Newspaper
For more information, contact our Homeless, Hunger and Outreach Program