For the past two months, North Hunterdon High School students and families have been providing food and personal care items for the county’s food pantries.
Hundreds of needy families are benefiting from the lion-hearted generosity.
The compassionate giving can be credited to numerous like-minded, and like-hearted, individuals within the North Hunterdon High School community.
Senior Theresa Vitovitch was motivated to organize a drive after reading an article about hunger in Hunterdon in a September issue of the Hunterdon County Democrat.
She arranged for a collection by the Golden Lions Marching Band for North’s first home football game of the season. More than 45 items were delivered to the Flemington Food Pantry the next day.
Inspiration spread to volunteer parent members of the North Hunterdon Music Association, and another food drive took place at North’s Homecoming football game on Oct. 24.
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Donations are being collected again by the NH Music Association at the Milk Can Game on Friday, November 7 and all future home football games.