October 25th – November 22nd
Statistics show that 1 in 7.5 people, or an estimated 755,00 people, in metro Atlanta and north Georgia turn to food pantries and meal service programs to feed themselves and their families each year. This includes more than 164,000 children and more than 64,000 seniors. Each year, 1 in 7 Americans turn to Feeding America network food banks for help. Each week, the Feeding America network serves 5.4 million individuals. The Atlanta Community Food Bank has been a member of the Feeding America network since 1979.
The Museum School is supporting the Atlanta Community Food Bank by conducting a Canned Food Drive that will begin on Monday, November 26th and end on Friday, December 14th. Please send canned food items such as the ones listed by the end of the collection deadline. Unfortunately, fruit, chocolate candy, and other perishable items cannot be accepted.
Together, we can help stock the shelves of the 600 food pantries, community kitchens, childcare centers and senior centers to feed hungry people throughout greater Atlanta and north Georgia. Please continue to support our Canned Food Drive and our 2018 goal of distributing 3,500 cans within the community!
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TMS Parents: Be sure to read the informative "What you need to know..." email. Virtual learning assignments and instructions will be sent to parents by Tuesday evening. All DeKalb County students (including charter schools!) can pick up free bagged lunches at Idlewood Elementary, beginning Monday, from 10:00 am - 2:00 pm, Monday-Friday. Thank you for your support. ...
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