Lunch Pals

  • Lunch Pals

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    I need you - now more than ever!

    Change your lunch plans. Change a child's life.

    It's easier than ever with virtual mentoring - mentor from anywhere!  
    Just 30 minutes once a week can make a difference in a child's life.

    Lunch Pals have a weekly virtual lunch with a child who needs us most, at a school that need us most. Be the difference by helping a child reach their fullest potential. Be a friend to a child who could benefit from an additional caring adult. Be inspired by the impact you will have.

    Now is the time in this current social climate, one of the ways individuals, businesses, and community organizations can be impactful and transformative is to support students who need us most, in schools that need us most. Become a Lunch Pal. Now is the time to get involved!

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    Be ready to join us as a virtual Lunch Pal in the Fall! 

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    A Powerful Partnership Opportunity
    130 Companies/Community Organizations are Lunch Pals Partners
     
    Offer your employees or members the chance to get engaged in a meaningful volunteer opportunity. It's easy - we will provide you with resources to spread the word.

    Why Companies/Community Organizations are Joining Lunch Pals

    Lunch Pal Partners

     


    To learn more about our impact in the community, view our 2019/2020 Lunch Pals Program Report - To Come

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    Virtual Lunch Pals are Making an Impact!
     

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    Lunch Pals is a partnership between Pinellas County Schools and Raymond James, with the participation from more than 130 business and community organizations.