DVMS students focus on giving this holiday season

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  • Middle schoolers bring in a haul of food (Photo provided)

— Delaware Valley Middle School students recently conducted a food drive, donating more than 3,600 items to the Good Shepherd Ecumenical Food Pantry in Milford.

The pantry serves more than 500 area families: people who live in our neighborhoods, go to our schools, and are members of our faith communities.

Students were involved from the beginning of the food drive, helping to collect, sort, and pack the trucks for delivery to the food pantry.

"A sincere thank you to the DVMS families for their support," says the school. "It is with hope that the act of giving warms the hearts of those who donated as well as those who will be the recipients."

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