Universal Orlando Resort and Second Harvest Food Bank are partnering to increase access to healthy food and nutrition education to thousands of families and school students across Orange, Osceola and Seminole counties through the Bites, Camera, Action! program.
Bites, Camera, Action! is a mobile nutrition program with two separate goals: to provide homeless families with nutritious food and to teach school students about healthy nutrition and food preparation. Since 2013, the program has benefited nearly 2,400 students at four Orange County middle schools and more than 350 people living in transitional homeless sites.
“The Universal Orlando Foundation continually seeks ways to tackle community needs,” said Diane O’Dell, Vice President, Community and Diversity Relations, Universal Orlando Resort. “The Bites, Camera, Action program is a fantastic way for Universal Orlando and our team members to give back to the community and help teach school children in our area about the importance of healthy nutrition.”
Bites, Camera, Action! is staffed by volunteer Team Members from Universal Orlando Resort, Second Harvest Food Bank and Orlando After-School All-Stars.