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YOU DON'T HAVE TO BE A GROWN-UP...

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Student volunteers make the difference at the Kaye Prox Food Bank.

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YOU DON'T HAVE TO BE A GROWN-UP...

  1. 1. Kaye Prox Food BankYOU DON’T HAVE TO BE A GROWN-UP…
  2. 2. Kaye Prox Food Bank…to make a difference at the food bank.
  3. 3. Kaye Prox Food Bank Food Drives
  4. 4. Kaye Prox Food Bank• Schools and Organizations – Academy of Our Saviour – Baycrest Elementary – Incarnation Catholic Pre-K – Morgan Woods Elementary – Westchase Elementary – Woodbridge Elementary – Boy Scout Troop 315• Thousands of cans and hundreds of pounds of food collected!
  5. 5. Kaye Prox Food Bank Special Projects
  6. 6. Kaye Prox Food BankSchool Supply Project
  7. 7. Kaye Prox Food Bank• First Reformed Church Vacation Bible School collected 390 pounds of school supplies and backpacks.• Incarnation Catholic Church student altar servers donated 17 backpacks and 2 dozen grocery bags filled with supplies.• More than a dozen student volunteers spent two afternoons organizing and filling nearly 150 backpacks.
  8. 8. Kaye Prox Food BankChristmas Gift Table
  9. 9. Kaye Prox Food Bank• St. John’s Episcopal Parish Day School collected enough toys to fill several tables.• First Reformed Church sent 100 personal care kits for the homeless and lots of toys.• Children from the Academy of Our Saviour donated children’s toys.• Children from the Wesley Memorial United Methodist Church day care program and Boy Scouts from that church added toys, stuffed animals and games to the gift tables.• The Dunn family filled and wrapped 50 children’s gift boxes.
  10. 10. Kaye Prox Food BankEaster Basket Project The Barrett sisters, Grace, Emma, and Maya, dyed eggs and put together Easter “baskets” for the homeless.

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