Giving Back

Feeding the Needy: Wardlaw + Hartridge Students Provide Food to Hands of Hope

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EDISON, NJ -- Members of Club Interact at The Wardlaw + Hartridge School in Edison load a delivery truck from Hands of Hope in Edison after completing another successful Holiday Food Drive.

This initiative is part of a school-wide effort to help those who are less fortunate in the holiday season.

Pictured, from left: Rohan Arvindh of Edison, Jasjeet Kandola of Carteret, Eduardo Martinez of Scotch Plains, Raj Raval of Edison, Shaun Martinez of Woodbridge, Dawn Francavilla of Somerset (Director of Student Life), Tiffany Le of South Plainfield, Claire Stout of Maplewood, Aaliah Burney of New Brunswick and Danielle Bacalhau of Woodbridge.

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