Food For Thought's focus is on the alleviation of weekend hunger for students in Denver Public Schools (DPS) where 90% or more of the students qualify for free and reduced lunch programs. Currently FFT delivers PowerSacks every Friday to over 3800 students at eight elementary schools and operates a food pantry at South High School which serves over 100 students each week. The long term goal is to alleviate weekend hunger for students in 20 DPS elementary schools by the year 2020.
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