Students gather 3066lbs of food for Cram-A-Cruiser City Challenge

Posted Jun 9th, 2016 in Awareness, Programs, NRP

Students gather 3066lbs of food for Cram-A-Cruiser City Challenge

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Through the Cram-A-Cruiser Challenge, 3066 pounds of food was collected on June 8, 2016 by the Niagara Regional Police Service from 6 elementary and 1 high school throughout the Region.


Niagara Students Cram-A-Cruiser

The Cram-A-Cruiser City Challenge is part of the JUST GIVE movement, a kindness initiative with a mission to inspire everyone to give. To learn more go to http://justgive.ca/.  JUSTGIVE was started by Michael Pinball Clemons with the goal of changing the way people think about giving. Its not about money; its about simple acts of kindness that we all have the ability to do.

The summer months are slow in donations for food banks and client visits increase. Families with children who are now home for the summer need more food on the table to remain healthy and active.
 
Through the Cram-A-Cruiser Challenge, 3066 pounds of food was collected on June 8, 2016 by the Niagara Regional Police Service from 6 elementary and 1 high school throughout the Region.   The food was then taken to various local food banks.
 
A special thanks to the following schools for their support and spirit in this event;
  •  Harriet Tubman Public School 777lbs
  •  Dalewood Public School 449lbs
  •  Lakeview Public School 432 lbs
  •  Stevensville Public School 408 lbs
  •  Power Glen Public School 394 lbs
  •  Eastdale Secondary School 309 lbs
  •  Victoria Public School 297 lbs

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