Laguna Hills High students fill barrels during food drive
Students at Laguna Hills High School have once again proven they can pull their weight. The students collected 3,688 pounds of food for the South County Outreach food pantry during the school’s annual food drive.
South County Outreach is truly thankful for the students’ help in feeding local families, particularly now, during our busiest time of year. Many South County residents find themselves in need, trying to provide a home, food and clothing for their families during difficult financial times, while at the same time trying to make the holiday season special.
Learn how you can hold a holiday food drive by visiting http://www.sco-oc.org/volunteer/holiday-food-drive/ For more information, please visithttp://www.sco-oc.org/volunteer/food-drive-fridays/ For more volunteer opportunities: http://www.sco-oc.org/volunteer/
We also welcome monetary donations to help provide families with fresh food such as milk, lean meats, fruit and vegetables.