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Kids’ Food Basket to Host 21st Annual Feast for Kids

Kids’ Food Basket to Host 21st Annual Feast for Kids

Kids’ Food Basket to Host 21st Annual Feast for Kids

GRAND RAPIDS, MICH. – Join Kids’ Food Basket (KFB) for a delicious meal while supporting the community at the 21st annual Feast for Kids on Tuesday, June 13 at 6 p.m.


The evening will feature a four-course meal prepared by the American Culinary Federation of Greater Grand Rapids 2022 Chefs of the Year, showcasing some of the finest cuisine the city has to offer.

“Feast for Kids is one of our longest traditions,” said Ashley Diersch, Vice President of Development at Kids’ Food Basket, “We look forward to sharing amazing food and memories each year with the community that makes our critical work possible.”

This year’s culinary event returns to Noto’s at 6600 28th St. SE in Grand Rapids and will also feature a silent auction.

The DTE Foundation is proud to be the presenting sponsor of Feast for Kids for the seventh consecutive year.

“Michiganders our neighbors should not have to wonder where their next meal is coming from. For that reason, the DTE Foundation is committed to partnering with organizations that are finding and creating ways to alleviate food insecurity,” said Rodney Cole, DTE Foundation vice president. “Kids’ Food Basket is such an important partner and is a beacon of hope for community members. We’re proud to support them in their mission to increase access to healthy food for children and families.”

All proceeds from the event will benefit Kids’ Food Basket’s work to nourish kids to reach their full potential.

To purchase tickets and view sponsorship opportunities, visit


About Kids’ Food Basket 

Kids’ Food Basket (KFB) was founded to nourish children to reach their full potential. We are a community-based food equity nonprofit supporting our West Michigan neighbors in Kent, Muskegon, Ottawa and Allegan counties who are under-resourced and impacted by poverty and food insecurity. Our services include our flagship Sack Supper program, community-driven farming, family food provision and educational programming.

Kids’ Food Basket is now serving about 10,000 weekday evening meals to 60 schools in four counties. We work toward a future in which all children have access to the nourishment that fosters their lifelong health and limitless potential.

To learn more about KFB’s programs, services and how you can make a difference, please visit


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