Stump Out Hunger
Let’s Stump out hunger by gnawing away at the issues creating poverty.
Our beaver is busy gnawing away at the trees to take a bite out of hunger and ‘Stump’ it out. Each of the six tree stumps represents one letter from the word hunger. The beaver is constructed of brown beans and tuna, proteins essential for the strength required to gnaw away at hunger. Our thick, luscious forest represents how it is essential to provide people with a healthy ecosystem in order to eradicate hunger, disease, and poverty. It is composed of a wide selection of foods to create a well-balanced diet. Our forest consists of a variety of beans for protein; peas, carrots, and corn for vegetables; and spaghetti in tomato sauce for grains.
At PCL we look for opportunities to improve our local environment and create economic sustainability. We recognize that a well-balanced diet is not just healthier for ourselves but also contributes to a more sustainable community. Together we can STUMP OUT HUNGER!
Special Thanks to our other team members:
Michael Bole, John Droog, Steven Kelly, Robert Kinsella, Eric Lee, Sarah Lloyd, Monique Mah, Patrick Martins, Jay Mason, Daniel Overmars & Drew Teal