GPM attorneys and staff recently participated in the Jeremiah Program's Cook for Kids program. The group purchased, prepared, and served a delicious meal of homemade mostaciolli, garlic bread, green salad, fruit salad, desserts, and drinks to moms and their children. Organizations throughout the Twin Cities, like GPM, volunteer for the Cook for Kids program two evenings each week, when the moms attend Life Skills programming.
The Jeremiah Program is a leading nonprofit organization proven to help single mothers and their children break the cycle of generational poverty. Founded in Minneapolis, the program was developed in response to the growing number of children being born to single mothers in poverty. From the start, the focus was on higher education as the solution to develop a strong future with a career-track livable wage for mothers. Quality early childhood education, safe and affordable housing, life skills education, and a network of supporters are integral to the program model.
By addressing the holistic needs of families—housing, employment, and multi-generational education—the program prepares women to succeed in the workforce and gets their children ready to succeed in school. The firm participates in the Cook for Kids program, and the GPM Foundation supports the Jeremiah Program's Bullfrog Bash, the organization's annual gala which raises money for its programs.
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