Food For Thought provides backpacks filled with easy-to-make meals so children can focus on their development and education, not where the next meal is coming from. Public schools provide breakfast and lunch for children, but what happens in the evenings or on the weekend? This is where we begin.
Ohana Institute packs backpacks once a month and assists with special events. Through food donations and drives, Ohana provides students in need with backpacks filled with healthy food.
The Muscogee Nation of Florida has a long history in the Walton County area. In the early 1800s, the excommunicated Indians headed south from Alabama down the Choctawhatchee River and settled on banks of the river in an area now known as Bruce.
Headquartered in the original schoolhouse built in the late 1800s, the building now houses its historic documentation, and serves as the tribal office.
Ohana Institute volunteers once a month at the Muskogee Indian Nation food pantry.