A Spoon Full of Hope is a social enterprise endeavor created in 2018 to provide sustainable support for Second Harvest Food Bank’s Culinary Training Program. The program is at the core of our work. 100% of the proceeds from the product line help launch new careers, transform lives and create new jobs. To date, over 400 individuals have graduated from the program. Learn how your purchase today makes an impact in the lives of the students by reading their stories.
As the Culinary Training Program continues to impact more lives, A Spoon Full of Hope continues to diversify and expand its product line to offer fresh, locally-sourced and locally-made soup, honey, and cookies. A Spoon Full of Hope recently introduced a new look to embody the fresh, impactful, life-changing spirit while continuing to provide the delicious, fresh flavors you’ve come to enjoy.
Fighting Hunger in the Kitchen
Second Harvest Food Bank works every day to close the hunger gap that exists in Central Florida. One of the innovative ways we’re doing this is in the Darden Foundation Community Kitchen – a 2,000-square-foot commercial kitchen space in our facility designed as an integral part of Second Harvest’s holistic approach to fighting hunger and poverty.
In addition to our A Spoon Full of Hope product line, we have other social enterprises that support our mission.
Catering for Good
Catering for Good is a full-service caterer offering high-quality food and service. Menu selections are prepared by our award-winning Chef Jill Holland from scratch using only the freshest high-quality ingredients from locally sourced reputable food distributors. Food donations are not used for catering, and 100% of the proceeds benefit the Culinary Training Program. Learn more about Catering for Good.
About Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida
Second Harvest Food Bank is a member of Feeding America – the largest charitable domestic hunger-relief organization in the United States. Second Harvest secures and distributes food and grocery products to approximately 500 local nonprofit feeding programs throughout Central Florida.
With the help of food and financial donors, volunteers and a caring, committed community, the food bank has been distributing enough food for 250,000 meals a day to partner programs such as food pantries, soup kitchens, women’s shelters, senior centers, day care centers and Kids Cafes.
Learn more at www.FeedHopeNow.org