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Stasher Sustainable School Donation

Stasher Sustainable School Donation

Meet Stasher's Sustainable Schools

This fall, we launched our Sustainable School Giveaway to help schools reduce their single-use lunch waste. We asked you to nominate a school that needs a Stasher for every teacher and student, and set out to pick 5 lucky recipients. 

But the applications were so great, we ended up choosing 8 schools! Meet the winners who are well on their way to a litter-free lunch, helping us create a life with less plastic.

Stasher for Schools

A real difference, every day.

Research shows us that lunch is a pretty serious eco-offender. The average consumer uses between 200 and 1,000 baggies per year, and to-go containers are some of the biggest contributors to plastic waste.

The good news is that together, we can make a big impact just by changing how we pack our food. Imagine if every person in your school swapped out single-use plastics at lunch for a more sustainable option every day, all school year long.

Want more tips on how to reduce waste during lunch?  Download our Sustainability tips here

Drrrrrumroll please! The Sustainable School Giveaway recipients are…..

Balboa High School - San Francisco, CA

They’re taking the lead in their community through climate change and sustainability education. Plus, they have a great recycling and composting program!

Onahan Elementary School - Chicago, IL

We’re cheering for the Environmental Club’s butterfly garden, filled with fresh veggies, flowers, and school lunch compost. 

Grandville High School - Grandville, MI

We’re so inspired by this school hard-hit by the pandemic with a commitment to reusing to save money and the planet.

Oakstone Community School - Columbus, OH

They see a great big opportunity to eliminate plastics in their classrooms, school and art supplies, and packed lunches.

Adaire Elementary - Philadelphia, PA

The students are challenging the Philadelphia school district to reduce waste in cafeterias around the city through their group Little Change Makers.

Ainsworth Elementary School - Portland, OR

They share our love of the ocean, which is what inspires the school to embrace reusables. “Estamos protegiendo los peces!”

Ruder Elementary School - Columbia Falls, MT

With Glacier National Park as their backdrop, they recognize the importance of modeling responsible, sustainable behavior. 

Nature Preschool of Baltimore -  Hunt Valley, MD

We want to join this preschool for reusable packed lunches and art projects using elements found in nature.

Kick start your litter-free lunch!

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