If you’ve ever wondered what Brighter Bites looks like in action, we’ve got some great videos for you! Two Houston school districts recently made videos to show what Brighter Bites looks like in their schools and to highlight the community that has grown around our program. We love seeing so much excitement around Brighter Bites!
The first film features schools in Pasadena ISD: Fisher Elementary School, Gardens Elementary, Garfield Elementary School, Jessup Elementary School Pasadena ISD, Mae Smythe Elementary School, Matthys Elementary, McMasters Elementary ACE, Felix Morales Elementary School, Pearl Hall Elementary School, Pomeroy Elementary School, Sparks Elementary, Williams Elementary School. “I love volunteering for Brighter Bites,” says one parent volunteer, “because it gets me out of the house, I get to make some new friends with the parents, and I’m contributing to the school and the community around me.”
The second film highlights Brighter Bites’ work in Galena Park ISD. Watch it here. “I think it’s great,” says parent volunteer Jennifer De Ochoa. “It’s the first year that we’re doing this, and I’ve been here every Monday to volunteer. It’s a great start for healthy vegetables and fruits to eat during the evenings for our children and for our family.”
We love seeing the passion for building a healthy community that Brighter Bites families demonstrate!
If you want to see more footage of Brighter Bites in action, check out our eight-minute, award-winning documentary here.