SLO High School
Students collected over 700 pounds of fruit at their first Fruit Drive hosted by the FFA on May 20th!! Special thanks to Caitlin Stanton, Community Service Chair of SLO FFA, and the many SLO High students and families that worked hard to collect produce from their neighborhoods to donate to the Food Bank!
SLO High students collect neighborhood fruit!
Students in the Club Star program at Sinsheimer Elementary collected nearly 100 pounds of fruit from neighbors trees on May 14th! The students made their own flyers which they distributed, along with bags to neighbors who have fruit trees. Check out their big haul!
Bellevue-Sante Fe Charter School
The Bellevue students collected 172 pounds of delicious produce which included kale, potatoes, lemons, oranges and grapefruits! This locally grown food will be distributed to a handful of the the 44,000 neighbors in need in our county. Thanks to the students of Bellevue for being a part of GleanSLO’s efforts to rescue nature’s bounty for the benefit of our community.
Special thanks to all of the school administration, teachers and staff who helped inspire the students and remind parents about the Fruit Drives! Bravo!