Fremont Students Pack 28,000 Meals to Ukraine with Love

On 4/2/22, BASIS Independent Fremont School packed over 28,000 meals to support those inflicted by the conflict in Ukraine.  We are so proud of these amazing students for their compassion and teamwork to give back to the global community!

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2021 in Review

2021 has been a very challenging year.  Due to the pandemic and the schools transitioning to distance learning, we did not have the ability to pack meals with the Fremont students.  With the increased food insecurity in our communities, our tireless volunteers continued to pack meals to support our neighbors in need.  Since the pandemic, we have packed over 200,000 meals and our meals have supported Abode Servics homeless shelters, Fremont Unified School Title1 students, SAVE domestic violence shelter, Salaam Food Pantry, Irvington Presbyterian Church Food Pantry, Convoy of Hope, Reaching Out Food bank, Haiti school feeding program and more. 

We can't wait until our volunteer team can go back into schools again to educate students about compassion and enabling them to pack meals to support the less fortunate.  Many hands make light work.

If you would like to make a financial donation to enable our volunteers to pack more meals, please donate via

Thank you for your support!

Our very best,

Kids Against Hunger Fremont Volunteer Team 

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