Comox Valley Record

Children helping the hungry

École Puntledge Park Elementary students drop off their donations at the Comox Valley Food Bank. The entire school (about 500 people including parent supervisors), walked from the school to the food bank Wednesday to donate food. The food bank (1491 McPhee Ave.) gladly accepts donations of non-perishable and perishable foods as well as personal hygiene products. - Renee Andor
École Puntledge Park Elementary students drop off their donations at the Comox Valley Food Bank. The entire school (about 500 people including parent supervisors), walked from the school to the food bank Wednesday to donate food. The food bank (1491 McPhee Ave.) gladly accepts donations of non-perishable and perishable foods as well as personal hygiene products.
— image credit: Renee Andor
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