Food for Thought is a nonprofit organization dedicated to serving children around the world who are denied access to basic living necessities, a quality education, and proper nutrition.
Through global awareness campaigns, educational programs, and fundraising activities, Food for Thought works to empower persons of all ages to become active in their local and global communities.
Food for Thought was founded in 2008 by Elizabeth Stoltz. To date, Food for Thought has raised over $20,000 to fight childhood malnutrition in Ethiopia. Food for Thought also hosts an annual Global Concerns Student Workshop to facilitate discussion and debate among college and high school students about humanitarian crises.
The Food for Thought Ithaca College chapter will be added to a growing community of students across the country committed to improving the lives of children around the world.
The Food for Thought Family Grows In 2012, Food for Thought launched another college chapter at Penn State University. Like its Ithaca College counterpart, PSU Food for Thought is committed to mobilizing Penn State students and community members to take action against poverty and defend children’s rights.
Our Many Thanks As IC Food for Thought continues to expand its mission and member base, we remain extremely thankful to our dedicated student leaders, supportive community members, and incredibly generous sponsors. Without the passion, guidance and support provided by these individuals and organizations, IC Food for Thought could not continue the work that it does. We are so grateful for the investment our sponsors and supporters have made in our efforts.