Highline Schools launch district-wide food drive

press release
Highline Public Schools’ district-wide food drive starts today and runs through April 27. All the food and money collected will be donated to the Highline, Des Moines, and White Center food banks and distributed to hungry families.
Students are being asked to bring food items or monetary gifts to school. Financial donations are especially helpful because food banks buy in bulk very inexpensively. A donation of one dollar gives food banks the equivalent of four dollars in buying power!
Food donations should be nutritious, non-perishable foods that are easy to prepare, including peanut butter, canned or dried beans, canned fish, nuts, rice, oatmeal, and whole grain cereals.
“Local food banks are such a critical resource for many of our families,” says Interim Superintendent Alan Spicciati. “We hope families who are able will contribute to the food drive so all students in our community have access to nutritious food.”

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