Tag: food drive

St. Jacobs PS makes a difference with We Scare Hunger

At St. Jacobs Public School, the Me to We team held a school-wide food drive in support of Woolwich Community Services. The goal was to have each class collect non-perishable food items, build a sculpture with the items and name it. The sculptures were then judged based on creativity and design. A total of 364 food items […]






We Scare Hunger big success at Bridgeport PS

The Free the Children We Scare Hunger campaign has become an annual event at Bridgeport Public School, and this year Mr. Read and his Grade 6 class set a goal of collecting over 1000 lbs. of  food for The Food Bank of Waterloo Region. They challenged classes throughout the school to collect as much as they could throughout […]






Westheights PS scares hunger this Halloween

As part of Westheights Public School’s Year of Action commitment to support one local and one global charity, their Leaders in Action (LIA) team organized a month long food drive to support the Free the Children We Scare Hunger campaign. Students were asked to bring in a $0.25 donation to purchase a ballot to guess the […]






CANstruction at Hillcrest PS

From September 29 to October 8, two challenges were given to the students of Hillcrest Public School: 1)      Who could collect the most food items for the Cambridge Self-Help Food Bank? 2)      Who could build the most extravagant CANstruction out of food items? The Huskies collected 750 food items all together for their food drive […]






Central PS donates 880 lbs of non-perishable items to Cambridge Self Help Food Bank

Last week, October 6 – 10, Central Public School organized a Thanksgiving Food Drive to help support the Cambridge Self-Help Food Bank’s Fall Food Drive. As a prize, the class who donated the most non-perishable items would win an ice cream party. Congratulations to Mrs. Cutchall’s 5/6 class for bringing in 185 items! However, without the effort […]