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Food Drive for Local PUSD Families

Updated: Aug 6

National Honor Society (NHS) and Westview Political Awareness Club (WVPAC) are excited to be coordinating with Friends and Family Community Connections (FFCC) to host a food drive during the textbook return and registration packet drop off days on June 15, 16, and 17th. You'll be able to put food donations in a box along the already scheduled return/registration drive through route. So easy!


One of the key pillars of NHS is service to the community and Westview PAC strongly believes that community service is a huge part of civic responsibility. FFCC is a non-profit organization that works to provide food and resources to local families in the PUSD area. FFCC now serves over 1,900 households (almost triple the number of families as a result of COVID-19) and the need will only continue to grow as we move into summer. 


Please help support our neighbors by bringing any non-perishable food donations with you on your textbook drop off day. We will also be collecting cash donations in case this is easier for you. Below is a list of specific items FFCC needs in particular, but any and all donations of non-perishable food items are greatly appreciated!

  • 16 oz. Peanut butter

  • Jelly 

  • Boxed Macaroni and Cheese

  • Canned tuna

  • Mayonnaise 

  • Healthy snacks

  • Canned corn

If you have any questions about this food drive or would like to volunteer, please email Linda Mauch (slmauch@yahoo.com) or Nicole Sanseverino (nsansev@gmail.com) and visit http://www.ffccsd.org/ for more information about FFCC. Stay safe, stay compassionate, and stay classy, Westview!


Click the file below for the food drive flyer.

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