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Fall Food Drive Patch Program® — Wedge

Product Number: MF-4652M

Thanksgiving is a traditional time to collect food for families in need so they can have a Thanksgiving celebration. Help your girls to organize a food drive and reward them with our fall food drive patch.

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Season Service Patch Set

This 2″ iron-on embroidered patch is part of our patch program®. The Fall Food Drive patch is one of four in our Seasons of Service patch group. Order just this one or expand your community service to four projects this year!

MakingFriends Patch Program®

Encourage your girls to make a positive impact on their communities during the fall. Through various service projects, they will have the opportunity to develop valuable skills, foster a sense of responsibility, and experience the satisfaction of helping others.

Fall Food Drive Service PatchSuggestions for how girls can earn the Fall Food Drive Patch.

  1. Choose your team. Will this be done with your troop? Your service unit? Family? Friends? What about the engaging the whole community?
  2. Choose a project. What would be the best type of summer service for your community?

    Here are 10 ideas:

    • Leaf Raking for Donations: Organize a group of kids to offer leaf raking services in exchange for Thanksgiving meals for families in need. Advertise in your neighborhood and create a list items to be donated as payment for the service.
    • Trick-or-Treat for Canned Goods: Instead of collecting candy on Halloween, kids can go door-to-door in their neighborhoods asking for canned goods or other non-perishable food items to support local food drives. This can also be done as a Trunk-or-Treat event.
    • Apple Picking for a Cause: Organize a trip to a local apple orchard and encourage kids to pick extra apples to donate to food banks or shelters. This can be a fun and productive way to enjoy the fall season while helping those in need.
    • Bake Sale for Hunger Relief: Host a fall-themed bake sale where kids can bake and sell homemade treats like pumpkin pie, apple cider donuts, or caramel apples. Proceeds can be used to help stock a local food bank or charity.
    • Harvest Festival Food Drive: Plan a fall-themed event like a harvest festival and request attendees to bring non-perishable food items as their entry fee. Include activities like bobbing for apples, pumpkin decorating, and hayrides to make it a fun-filled day for the community.
    • Soup Kitchen Volunteer Day: Find a local soup kitchen or shelter and organize a group of kids to volunteer their time serving meals or helping with food preparation. Fall is a great time to offer warm and comforting meals to those in need.
    • Canstruction Contest: Challenge kids to create artistic sculptures or structures using canned goods. Set up a donation station where people can contribute canned goods to vote for their favorite creation. After the event, all the donated food can be given to a local food bank.
    • Fall Food Drive Concert: Organize a community concert featuring local musicians and bands. Instead of selling tickets, ask attendees to bring non-perishable food items as their admission fee. Create a festive atmosphere with autumn decorations and encourage everyone to contribute to the food drive.
    • Neighborhood Pumpkin Patch: Set up a pumpkin patch in your neighborhood and offer pumpkins for sale. The proceeds can go towards purchasing additional food items for the food drive. Make sure to inform buyers that their purchase is supporting a good cause.
    • Cooking Class for a Cause: Host a cooking class for kids where they can learn to prepare fall-inspired recipes using inexpensive and nutritious ingredients. Ask participants to bring non-perishable food items as their registration fee, which will be donated to a local food bank.

3. Set a timeline.

4. Complete your project. Take photos or videos to submit to media and post on social media.

5. Reflect on your project with your team. Would you have done anything differently?

Remember to consult with local authorities or community organizations to ensure compliance with any regulations or guidelines when organizing these activities.

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Weight 0.02 lbs
Dimensions 1 × 1 × 1 in
Item Number

MF-4234

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