Students Decide On Charities To Support

Posted: November 17, 2012 at 2:49 a.m.

Three charities will benefit from Holt Middle School students learning how to collaborate in a real-life project.

At A Glance

Seeds That Feed

Seeds That Feed was organized earlier this year in Fayetteville. The organization asks individuals to purchase extra produce from farmers markets or grocery stores, or to donate extra produce from their gardens to the program to battle food insecurity in Fayetteville. The program has collected and donated 15,000 pounds of food to food banks and churches, according to the students’ research.

Source: Staff Report, SeedsFeed.org

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