Three Square’s Dorian Stonebarger Champions School Breakfast

Three Square's Programs Director, Dorian Stonebarger, appeared on NBC KSNV News 3 to share details about the Powered By Breakfast program that supports the efforts of CCSD schools in implementing "Breakfast After the Bell," and helping children succeed in school. Dorian discussed the outreach efforts designed to generate awareness for ...
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Friendship & Philanthropy Goes Beyond Retirement

​Submitted by: Carolyn and MeredithBest friends Carolyn and Meredith volunteer together at Three Square once a week during the morning session from 9 a.m. to noon. Volunteering gives them the opportunity to get some exercise, enjoy the camaraderie, and bag fresh produce in our volunteer room – which is their favorite activity! We interviewed Caroly...
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Breakfast Takeover – A Spin in Getting Kids Excited about Breakfast

In 2015, Three Square launched the "Powered by Breakfast" campaign to support the Clark County School District Food Service in implementing the Breakfast After the Bell Program. The program allows schools with a free and reduced-price lunch eligibility rate of 70 percent or greater to serve free breakfast to all their students.As part of Powered by...
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Little Girl Makes a Big Difference for Children in Need

You may see some of the letters and emails we share telling the story of what Three Square is doing and how you can help out. Our latest campaign features a little girl named Vivi (Vivienne) who has made a big impact in the fight against childhood hunger. Vivi was first inspired after visiting Three Square for the first time with her mom and dad wh...
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The Culinary Community Takes a Bite Out of Hunger

Las Vegas is known for its amazing variety of restaurants, and world-class culinary professionals who offer a diverse dining experience. Although Las Vegas is one of the top culinary destinations in the world, we must acknowledge the more than 296,000 food insecure people who live here. They don't always know where their next meal is coming from, a...
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When Life Gives You a Compassionate Heart… Make Lemonade

Submitted by: Lindsey Slanker Sisters Claire and Charlotte decided to sell lemonade to help feed families during the holiday season. With the help of their family and friends, the two young entrepreneurs have raised nearly $600 for Three Square. Their lemonade sales not only quenched thirst, but also put 1,800 meals back into the com...
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Cooking with Cathy

​Our chefs from yesterday's Nacho Average Throwdown inspired us with their crunchy creations. We asked Cathy Austin of our culinary team to share with us a tasty, and easy nacho recipe.
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They Travelled from Australia to Succeed with Us

What do international, national and local companies have in common? They all like to SUCCEED! In only 2 hours, the Australian company Thermomix came, succeeded and fed more than 30,000 people collectively. They succeeded as a team through communication style training, and applied their skills into a food bank activity where they helped pack produce...
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Hunger Doesn’t Take the Summer Off

Triple degree weather, six hours, eight apartment complexes, 22 miles, 275 meals, and hundreds of smiling faces. That sums up my ride along experience on the mobile route of Three Square's summer food service program, Meet Up and Eat Up. The program is designed to reach children 18 and younger in underserved neighborhoods that don't ha...
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The Lemonade Stand

I visited my daughter Allie's class during career week, and I talked to them about what I do at Three Square. Mostly, I spoke about nutrition, but I also touched on how we provide food for folks who can't afford to buy it on their own.On the morning of the last day of school, Allie and I arrived to where they line up to go inside. An older woman ap...
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