Grade school students pack lunches for the needy

Grade school students in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, are making a big impact on their community by packing lunches for the needy.

Nazareth Academy Grade School has a community outreach program that involves the students getting together the first Monday of every month to do something that helps others.

This month, they packed about 200 lunches, which were delivered to a nearby homeless shelter. And, everyone pitched in. Students in grades 4 through 8 donated money for the lunches that were assembled -- and grades 1 through 3 were asked to prepare a bagged lunch at home and bring it in.

Thanks to all this hard work and generosity, the homeless shelter receives over 1,600 lunches per year from the school.

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