Sarah Moyer, owner and operator of Project Lunch, saw a need in the community when COVID-19 disrupted business, schools, and lives across the country. She launched #projectlovebillings to bring the community together to feed children in need during the shelter-in-place and closure of Billings schools. From March to August, with the support of volunteers to deliver and pay for meals, 21,842 sack lunches were dropped to the doorsteps of families in need.
In December, the crew reassembled for two weeks to provide family meals during the holidays, and delivered 2,075 dinners to families in the community. Inspired by the generosity of the community, and the increasing need to provide food to those experiencing food insecurity, Eat. Share. Give. has signed a lease with the Billings Community Foundation and is process of opening a restaurant to provide meals to the community, regardless of ability to pay.
Please join us in supporting this next phase of expansion. While we build the restaurant, there will be continuing meals provided thought our community refrigerator project. The first will debut at Kirks' Grocery on March 5, and will be routinely stocked with food for the community to access.
Eat. Share. Give. Community Refrigerators
Provide a meal to our community fridges.
Support the community refrigerators stocked by Eat. Share. Give. These fridges are placed throughout the community to serve those in need of a nutritious meal, regardless of ability to pay. Every dollar is returned to the community through grab-and-go meals, prepared by Project Lunch.
- $5 provides a sack lunch.
- $10 provides a prepared meal.
- $20 serves two people with a prepared meal.
- $50 generously supports a family in need.
- $100 will support the community refrigerator for an entire week.
Community fridges are open to all. Enjoy what you need. Share what you can.