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The Patachou Foundation is in need of volunteers to help them feed at-risk children in the Indianapolis community. This is a combined effort and they will take any volunteers that are willing to commit time to support the cause.

People from all walks of life come together to serve nutritious meals to students every week at one of our serving sites around the city. Each year, over 100 volunteers work to complete over 2,000 volunteer hours throughout the year to The Patachou Foundation. Do your part and sign up today.
Questions? Contact us at volunteer@thepatachoufoundation.org.

More About the Patachou Foundation

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The idea for the Foundation is simple: Feed healthy meals to children suffering from food insecurity, and while feeding them, increase their awareness, connection and excitement about the whole food they are eating.
The Patachou Foundation, a non profit organization in Indianapolis, is partially supported with profits produced by Public Greens, a Patachou restaurant and microfarm now open on the Monon Trail in Broad Ripple.
Public Greens is also a reference to the location, which is right on the ultimate public green space in Indiana, the Monon Trail. Public Greens serves high quality burgers and salads, exceptional appetizers and desserts, and a full gourmet juices, smoothies and milkshake bar.