One Can Can Make a Difference
by Sierra Maldonado
Rockwell Charter High School is doing a food drive for local families that need food for Thanksgiving.
There are more than 2,000 homeless people across the state of Utah. Donating even just one can of food can help someone not go hungry this holiday season.
How it works: Beginning tomorrow, November 7, there will be a box for each grade to donate their cans in the library. When you donate, the librarian will have you count your cans and fill out a can to hang up on the poster in the hallway. The grade with the most cans donated will win a pizza party!
It’s not just canned food you can donate. We accept other non-perishable food items, as well. Here are a few ideas of things you can bring:
– Canned beans
– Canned soup
– Canned fruits
– Canned vegetables
– Canned meat
– Peanut Butter
These are things that food banks need the most, but any and all non-perishable food donations are welcome. If every student donates just 5 cans of food, we will have almost 2,500 cans of food to donate! Let’s help people in our community have a memorable Thanksgiving.
The canned food drive begins tomorrow, November 7, and ends Friday, November 16.