Summer of Service empowers kids to put empathy into action!

Help your child become a social entrepreneur!

Studies show that empathy is a necessary component of a healthy child. The Lunch Project’s Summer of Service teaches empathy by providing elementary-aged kids with an attainable goal and a relatable way to
help others. Through the SOS program, not only are children developing empathy by raising money and awareness for a good cause, they are tapping into their creativity and passions.

Examples of past Summer of Service projects include:
·  Movie nights
·  Talent shows
·  Lemonade stands
·  Backyard Olympics
·  Bake/craft sales

The program is free and completely on your own schedule. When you register, your children can get an SOS t-shirt, planning materials,
and some cool swag from The Lunch Project!

Upcoming 2017 Packet Pick Up Locations and Times:

  • Saturday, June 3
  • St. John's Episcopal Church - 1623 Carmel Rd Charlotte, NC
  • 10 AM to 12 PM
  • Saturday, June 10
  • Dish It Out Stonecrest  - 7828 Rea Rd #C Charlotte, NC
  • 10 AM to 12 PM

Step 1: Register

Nine cents provides supplies for one hot meal and $100 provides supplies for an entire school of 900 children to have lunch.

Step 2: Watch the videos 

Step 3: Change the world!

Once your project is complete, it’s easy to make your donation online! Just Visit Our Donation Page to do so online, or you can mail a check to:

  • The Lunch Project
  • P.O. Box 31264
  • Charlotte, NC 28231
Please use the comments field above to indicate your children’s names, or write it into the Memo field if mailing a check.

More Resources

For more information or to tell us all about your project email us:

We Love Pictures! To share your experience and celebrate other Summer of Service projects and remember to use #TLPSOS2017 in all your Summer of Service-related posts!

Get Involved

Donate or Volunteer with The Lunch Project Today

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