The Federation of New Jersey Food Banks challenges all students, staff, teachers and parents to think of those less fortunate throughout the school year by organizing a food drive at their school, beginning in Monday, September 19 through Monday, December 12. New Jersey schools will compete with each other to collect as much food as possible for their local food bank. At the end of the challenge, the schools that bring the most food will be presented with awards by their local food bank.
It was a record year in 2015, with a total of 235 schools participating statewide, gathering 174,023 pounds of food and over $44,000 in monetary contributions!
Students Change Hunger 2016 will start on Monday, September 19 and extend through Monday, December 12. It’s early, but that doesn’t mean you can’t start collecting now!
Click here to register your school!