Willow Volunteers Harvest 700 Pounds of Kale for Food Bank

by | September 4, 2019

Thank you to the volunteers who joined us at America’s Grow-a-Row yesterday to harvest food for the Community FoodBank of New Jersey! In just two hours, Willow volunteers harvested 700 pounds of kale. That’s 2,800 servings of fresh food that will help our neighbors in need.

Willow students care about food insecurity in our community. Last year, Willow volunteers worked with America’s Grow-a-Row to help pick 1,400 pounds worth of apples at Riamede Farm in Chester. That’s enough for 5,600 servings! Two years ago, fourth graders led a school-wide food drive. We are so proud of our community-conscious students who do what they can to make a difference in their world. 

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