K.C. Kids/Cut Out Hunger

Mission Statement:

To provide to our local food pantry a variety of food and personal items that are essential to the immediate needs of those in our community.

To educate the public on the needs of those using the local food pantry and show how they can help in meeting those needs.

Top Ten Items Needed at the Blue Valley Food Pantry

  1. Toilet Paper
  2. Paper Towels
  3. Toothbrushes
  4. Toothpaste
  5. Feminine Hygiene
  6. Diapers
  7. Baby Wipes
  8. Laundry Detergent
  9. Sugar/Flour
  10. Canned Meat (tuna, chicken, etc.)

Items Donated So Far Have Totaled $8186!

49 toothbrushes128 packs of breakfast sausage19 tubes of icy hot
125 packs of Mento's gum50 bottles of salad dressing77 travel band-aid packs
20 packages of hotdogs3 bottles of Malox31 boxes of aluminum foil
20 tubs of butter30 jars of relish26 packs of Advil 10 ct.
16 bottles of mouthwash15 bars of soap61 boxes of Crystal Light
7 tubes of denture paste33 boxes of pasta35 cookie snack packs
30 cans of hairstyling products72 boxes of feminine hygiene products106 packages BIC ball point pens 10 ct.
 647 tubes of toothpaste 10 boxes of dryer sheets 67 bottles of BBQ sauce
 10 bottles of ketchup 49 travel-size shampoo 477 razors
 9 sticks of deodorant 95 packs of dental floss 


Did You Know?

  "Summertime is usually our busiest time for the food pantry- children that receive free/reduced lunch during the school year are eating at home all summer long, making it harder for their parents to purchase food with their tightly stretched budgets.  So far this summer, we have helped to feed 101 families (comprised of 403 individuals) in need in our community. Often our food pantry is very low on stock beginning mid-June, and also has little variety due to this increase in usage with which donations usually cannot keep pace.  This summer, thanks to the help of the Cut Out Hunger Club/Jenny & Maureen, the Blue Valley MSC food pantry has had a large variety of food and non-food items to provide to our neighbors in need, and our food pantry has stayed well stocked all summer long.  We are now just experiencing a shortage in supply/variety, and school starts back in less than a week. This is amazing, and I am so grateful and impressed with the difference  the Cut Out Hunger Club has made to those in need in our community."  -- Julie Marshall