The program provides food for kids in need to take home on weekends. It started small in Amarillo with one man and his wife but has spread to communities around the Panhandle.
"We just need to make sure we feed our kids," Barbie Schroeder, the Borger Snack Pak organizer said, "It's about the food. We don't need anybody to go hungry over the weekends. We have kids that aare excited about Christmas break, but we have kids that are worried about going home and not having anything to eat."
And the community support in Borger has grown as well. Schroeder said she expected more than 100 volunteers to come out for the packing night.