Northrop High School students help area hungry

News release from Community Harvest Food Bank:

Northrop High School Students Help Area Hungry

(March 28, 2011) – Northrop High School students are teaming up again with local artists to create an evening of delicious soup, art and entertainment to help Community Harvest Food Bank feed hungry people. In its third year, Faces of Hunger ~ Bowls of Change offers a night of hunger awareness via student and professional artwork, simple food, inspirational music, a silent auction and a play. Soup will be served in a handmade bowl which ticket holders will keep. Back by popular demand, additional handmade bowls may also be purchased for $5 each. Specially designed T-shirts for the event will be on sale for $10 and the highlight of the evening will be a silent auction offering a large array of artwork donated by area artists. Those attending are encouraged to bring in canned food items for donation and change to deposit into hunger home banks made by Northrop High School advanced ceramic students.

Last year the event raised over $5,000 and a massive amount of food for Community Harvest. Organizers hope this year will be even more successful. Donations of artwork for the auction and handmade bowls are still being accepted along with corporate sponsorships. Call contact Northrop High School for more information 467-2300.

What: Faces of Hunger ~ Bowls of Change, An Evening of Soup, Art & Hunger Awareness

When: Wednesday, April 20, 2011 5:30pm – 7:30pm

Where: Northrop High School 7001 Coldwater Road, Fort Wayne

Tickets: Adults $10, Students $5, Children under 6years free

Tickets will be available at the door or can be purchased prior to the event by calling Northrop High School (467-2300). All proceeds benefit Community Harvest Food Bank of Northeast Indiana.

 

About Community Harvest Food Bank
Community Harvest Food Bank of Northeast Indiana, Inc. is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the alleviation of hunger through the full use of donated food and other resources. As the largest food bank in northeast Indiana, it collects and distributes over 11 million pounds of donated, surplus food annually through a network of human service member agencies. These agencies offer assistance to hungry people, acting as a safety net to ensure that everyone receives their daily bread with dignity. www.communityharvest.org

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