Connect and inspire people to take meaningful action to feed and care for kids.
Communities that make sure all kids are fed.
People are at the core of everything we do. Every individual connected to this community – the kids we feed, school staff, volunteers and donors and our staff team – matters immensely. We act with great love and respect in every relationship.
We trust our partners, community groups and schools to ensure that hungry children are fed. Our community trusts us to use their money and their time wisely. When we trust each other, we are all free to do our best work.
It’s the action we take that really matters. We work locally at a grassroots level, giving real food to real kids, every day. Donors and volunteers can see a direct path from their generosity to a healthy meal being handed to a hungry child.
With the downtown kitchen and community partners, BB4CK provides lunches to over 100 schools and feeds approximately 2,000 kids a day. BB4CK redesigns its logo and welcomes Tanya Koshowski as the new Executive Director of Brown Bagging for Calgary’s Kids.
Video: Tanya Koshowski and Former Executive Director Bob McInnis discuss the leadership transition and future potential of BB4CK.
The BB4CK community works with 220 schools and impacts approximately 4,400 kids a day who would otherwise go without. About 58 percent of schools are cared for by community groups including retirees, parent groups, local businesses, and kids helping kids. The rest of the lunches are created in our downtown kitchen with the help of volunteer groups. Approximately 2,500 volunteers share their time and talents each year to help make this all possible.