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Community Harvest Project to Celebrate Thanksgiving With South High School

Wednesday, November 18, 2015

 

The Community Harvest Project will join Worcester South High School at their annual Thanksgiving Lunch on Wednesday, November 18. The event will ensure that all South High students are able to enjoy a Thanksgiving meal during the holidays. The Community Harvest Project will also donate bags of apples to students who are unable to attend the meal.

"CHP is thankful for the commitment of Worcester South High School's incredible students and we feel honored to be part of their Thanksgiving meal," said Jodi Koeman, the Executive Director of Community Harvest Project.

Community Harvest Project highlighted this partnership with Worcester South High School a their annual Harvest Home Festival and 5k, raising funds from community members to distribute apples to South High.

At South High, 83% of students qualify for free or reduced lunch and through the 2010 Healthy and Hunger-Free Kids Act, all South High Students have the option of receiving free breakfast and lunch at school.

Community Harvest Project

The Community Harvest Project is the only non-profit in the area dedicated to improving access to healthy foods through community engagement. In 2014, thanks to 9,900 volunteer visitors, CHP grew and donated over 1.2 millions servings of fruits and vegetables to individuals and families in our community who otherwise may not have access.

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