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Woodland Park School's Collection Effort Brings in 579 Cans of Food

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The Charles Olbon School community collected 579 cans as part of their Souper Bowl effort, which is sponsored by CUMAC: Feeding People and Changing Lives. Credits: Christa Limone
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WOODLAND PARK, NJ - The Charles Olbon School community collected 579 cans as part of their Souper Bowl effort, which is sponsored by CUMAC: Feeding People and Changing Lives. The class that brought in the most donations and won a pizza party was Ms. Tonti's class.

CUMAC is a non-profit organization dedicated to feeding people and changing lives. Our team works to alleviate hunger and its root causes in Paterson, Passaic County and New Jersey. 

In 2017 over 30,000 people, including over 8,100 children, received food to stave off hunger from CUMAC's pantries, while an additional 35,000 people received fresh produce and bread.

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