Sunday suppers at home are a tradition for millions of Americans. But what about those with no place to call home, or those scrambling to put enough food on the table? A group of concerned parents, teachers and students have answered the call to help feed local Napa residents in need.
Every Sunday, a rotation of students and parents from Blue Oak School visits the South Napa Shelter, the city’s main haven for homeless people, offering hot meals both to the shelter’s residents and to any low-income Napans in danger of having to choose between food and medicine, fuel and the other necessities of life. The food is provided by Aroma Indian Cuisine Owners and Blue Oak School parents, Harjeet and Prabhjot Bhangoo. Blue Oak families can sign up to participate using the scheduling system.
Sign up to participate in Sunday Suppers here.
Read what the Napa Valley Register had to say about Blue Oak School’s Sunday Supper program here.