WESTFIELD, NJ — Students at Westfield High School hungry to make a difference have done just that.
Westfield High School students recently won the award of Division 6, second most pounds donated to the Community FoodBank of New Jersey for the Students Change Hunger Campaign.
Westfield High School donated a total of 4,093 pounds of food during the 2019 campaign, said Diana Levy, the food bank’s schools and community outreach manager.
This amount, Levy said, provides more than 3,411 meals to neighbors in need.
The Community FoodBank of New Jersey received a total of 35,748 pounds of food and $6,266 during the campaign, which provided more than 35,012 meals to neighbors in need, she said.
Caption: Back row, from left, Asst. Principal James DeSarno with students Demi Tsavekou, Ava Paul, Zoe Tedeschi, Jason Model, Alissa Witzel, Maddie Mcdevitt, Jack Cioffi. Front row: Jack McCue, Brendan Basile, Conner Loggie, Alex Tilyou, Paul Tilyou, Owen Paul, CJ Dencker. Not pictured are Mady Cohen and Will Litchholt.
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