Each year the Cub / Boy Scouts of America challenge their troops to organize and run their own food drive. This year a local troop from Glendale chose to hold their food drive and then donate all the food to Harvest Compassion Centers. This small, yet mighty group of boys collected over 500 pounds of food in one day!
One scout said, “I did the food drive because I want to help other people, it’s sad if someone has to be hungry because they don’t have enough money for food. It makes me feel happy to know I helped someone!”
It makes all of us at HCC very happy as well! Excellent job using your young voices, hands and feet to serve our neighbors in need! Keep up the great work!
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