We are so grateful to have so many wonderful organizations coordinate food drives for Second Harvest Food Bank during the holidays. We wanted to take a moment to highlight one of these groups. Central Florida Preparatory students spent a month giving back to various organizations in Central Florida. Below is a small write up and some photos from their month of charity.
Central Florida Preparatory School Participates in a Month of Charity
When Mrs. Ramos asked students, “How can we help neighbors who are distressed with hardship this season?” She received overwhelming response. While students recognized a need for shelter, clothing, and monetary contributions, they all agreed that no one should go hungry. From that class discussion, sprouted wide spread excitement about the opportunity to help the less fortunate in Central Florida.
The entire school, which houses students from Pre-Kindergarten thru High School, took part in a month of charity. Hundreds of Central Florida Preparatory students participated in a “Tis the Season to Give” Food Drive, which collected nearly 1,000 pounds of food to benefit the many Central Florida Residents afflicted with hunger. Further students expressed charity through Art, Language, Volunteerism and Self Expression.
Pre-schoolers drew pictures about charity, while first graders participated in Macy’s “Letters to Santa” to benefit Make-a-Wish Foundation which grants wishes to children with life-threatening medical conditions.
All food proceeds were donated to Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida. Central Florida Preparatory School is a non-profit non-sectarian private school located in Orange County and in the Southwest Orlando area. “Tis the Season to Give” Food Drive ran through December, 2010.