Kroger donates to Metro Schools food program

WSMV – On Giving Tuesday, Kroger is investing in Nashville schools to give each student the chance to take a class for reducing food waste.

Kroger gave $100,000 to Urban Green Lab in a ceremony on Tuesday morning at H.G. Hill Middle School where there is already one of the classes.

The curriculum is designed to teach students in the class about all the effort that goes into food making and give them a respect for focusing on.

“It’s about prevention, rescue, and recycling. If we can teach our kids through our teachers those basics, those are lifelong lessons that can last forever”

Todd Lawrence, Executive Director at Urban Green Lab

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