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Hunger Free MISD sends backpacks full of nutrition food home with food insecure students over weekends and holiday breaks. Students are selected from all ages and campuses based on counselor recommendations and parent acknowledgement. Click here to see how you can help!Follow us on Twitter!@HungerFreeMISDGive to Hunger Free MISDBring any donations to Midway High Schoolcare of Jana Thomas, Kayla Brownor Jeff Fisher.Monetary donations can also be mailed to:MISD AdministrationAttn: Melisa Erbe13885 Woodway DriveWoodway, Texas 76712(Make all checks payable to "Hunger Free MISD)
Special thanks to our volunteers:Antioch Community ChurchBrazos Meadows Baptist ChurchCentral Presbyterian ChurchCrossroads FellowshipElk Lodge of HewittFirst Baptist Church of HewittFirst Baptist Church of SpeeglevilleMISD Staff:Campus counselorsHuman Resources DepartmentKayla BrownJeff FisherJeanie JohnsonJana ThomasStudents:PALsJROTCSuccess Lab Leadership ProgramPrevocational StudentsDo you have any questions or concerns? Do you want to know more about how you can help? Email us at:
New! Elk Lodge of Hewitt Donation and Volunteer ServiceKids raise $188 for Hunger Free MISDStory: Middle School Student Gives to Hunger Free MISDNEW Update: In October, 2016, Maggie once again provided a HUGE donation of $1170 to Hunger Free MISD. WOW! Thank you, Maggie!Midway Middle School student Maggie Franks loves to bake. Maggie also loves to help people, and last year while watching the Food Network, Maggie was inspired to help others. Food Network was promoting a national program called No Kid Hungry, which through state partners all across the country, works to end childhood hunger in America. Maggie decided to put her baking skills to use and spent about four days baking to make enough food to sell at a business her father and grandfather own. In this initial 2 day bake sale, Maggie was able to raise around $2,000 for the No Kid Hungry Campaign.Maggie did not stop there! In July, 2015, she decided she wanted to help more and to have a local impact. Her mom works in Midway and was aware of the Hunger Free MISD program. Maggie had found her next project. She held another bake sale and was able to raise just over $1,000 for Hunger Free MISD. She is already planning how she can help more in the future. MISD is not the only place to become aware of Maggie's efforts, as local station KWTX ran a story on Maggie's fundraising efforts. They even came to her house to film her baking. Maggie is making an impact on hunger in the Midway community and across the country. Way to go, Maggie!Maggie Franks, a 7th grade student at MMS gives a check to Dr. Jeanie Johnson, Assistant Superintendent for Administrative Services, for the Hunger Free MISD program.Some of the youngest members of the Midway community set up a lemonade stand this summer to raise money for Hunger Free MISD. They were able to raise over $200 to support this program. From L to R: Sadie Webb, Everett Walton, Lorelei Walton, Hollyn Bryant, Miles Webb, Lucy Webb, Cambry Mattern & Anderson Bryant. Sweet proceeds from even sweeter kids!
Here's how it works:
1. YOU bring donations of cash, check, or goods from our list to Midway High School.2. We go to Sam's Club and buy more food with your donations.3. We stock and organize the shelves to prepare for distribution.4. Student volunteers pack backpacks with the donated food.5. Students and volunteers deliver backpacks to schools of those in need.6. Office staff discreetly give the backpacks to students in need.