Fight Hunger with Crenshaw
Enter to win a Skype visit with New York Times bestselling author Katherine Applegate
Host a Crenshaw Food Drive at your school or library between September 1, 2016 and November 30, 2016! The three schools or libraries that collect the most food for a local food pantry by November 30 will recieve a Skype visit from Katherine Applegate. For the complete rules, visit http://bit.ly/2anYpxP
Host a Crenshaw Food Drive in your school or library
- "I Donated!" Stickers
- Crenshaw Food Drive Flyers
- "I Donated!" Wall Decals
- And more!
Click here to download the following resources.
Share photos of your school food drive online with #CrenshawFoodDrive
See what other schools and libraries are doing for their food drive
Schools and libraries across the country host Crenshaw Food Drives to fight childhood hunger. See a few examples of their charity in action!
Students in Vermont filled a Crenshaw silhouette with "I Donated" stickers!
Students conclude their Crenshaw Food Drive with a visit to the local food pantry to learn about how their donations will help those in need.
Students in Michigan decorated a hallway with "I Donated!" wall decals
The "I Donated!" wall decals in action!
Students in Kentucky created posters to decorate the school hallways
Students research childhood hunger and the best foods to donate to food pantries to prepare for their Crenshaw Food Drive
- Did you know. . .
- Nearly one in five kids in America lives in a household that struggles to put food on the table.
- Three out of five K–8 public school teachers say they regularly see students come to school hungry.
- Teachers of hungry kids spend, on average, about $37 of their own money each month to buy food for students.