School Food Project, a public-private partnership striving to put healthier meals in the Boulder Valley (CO) School District will be the first project of a new crowd funding initiative called, reports the Northern Colorado Business Report. Created by a group of Boulder area residents and intended to provide a mechanism for helping nonprofit organizations and initiatives raise money, is planning to raise $100,000 for School Food Project in order to help it match a 2014 USDA Farm-to-School grant. School Food Project is headed by Ann Cooper, director of food services for the Boulder Valley district.