Eat oats to feed folks | Restaurants
Looking for breakfast and a way to help the community? Reach for some Good Oats.
Method Organic Juice Cafe is selling containers of Good Oats, which for just $3 ensures that a child will get food for a day. For every Good Oats package sold, one is donated to 2nd Harvest Food Bank for their School Pantry program, “which provides monthly food boxes to nearly 900 students in high-need Spokane neighborhoods to help fill the nutritional gap for kids facing regular food shortages at home.”
According to goodoats.org, Method Juice Cafe owners Nick Murto and Tyler Lafferty had been trying to get this project going for a “year and a half.”
“Second Harvest is honored by the generosity of Method Juice Cafe, and we look forward to including the healthy oatmeal in our School Pantry boxes,” Jason L. Clark, president and CEO of 2nd Harvest said on the site. “With one out of every four kids in Spokane struggling with hunger, every donation to our School Pantry program means so much.”
The site credits Ross Printing of Spokane, because without them “this endeavor wouldn’t have been possible.”
Find the all-organic Good Oats at the juice cafe, which is located at 718 W. Riverside Ave, Suite 101.