Par-High Fights Hunger in New Jersey

Parsippany High School Asst. Principal Melissa Carucci

PARSIPPANY — Parsippany High School is partnering with “The Outreach Program” on Sunday, November 17. The goal of the event is to package 80,000 meals to donate to Community FoodBank of New Jersey.

The event is perfect to spend time with family and friends participating in an unforgettable table experience. An Outreach Program event is festive, hands-on opportunity to roll up your sleeves and feed those that are food insecure. The meals are packaged, sealed and distributed to food insecure people locally and internationally. Participants are deeply changed by spending just a few hours to help feed hunger and food insecure people.

Funds are needed to pay for the ingredients and packaging supplies. The fundraising goal to support the packaging of 80,000 meals is $20,000.00. If you can provide financial assistance, please take a moment to consider a sponsorship opportunity or a donation of your choice. Online donations can be made by clicking here.

You can also become a fundraiser and create your own team.

The outreach Program is a non-profit 501(c)(3) based in Des Moines, Iowa, whose mission is to provide safe water, food, medical care and education to children and those in need at home and abroad.

For more information contact Melissa Carucci at mvcarucci@pthsd.net.

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