Kitchener Rangers Classroom Food Drive Challenge

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Kitchener Rangers Classroom Food Drive Challenge 

Bring your elementary school's "A" Game and raise the most food per student to win a Rangers' experience at The Food Bank!

Here's How to Win:

  1. Register your school's Food & Fund Drive by October 7th, 2016
  2. Get creative with your Food & Fund Drive (see examples below) 
    Inspire your school's community to raise vital food to help struggling families in Waterloo Region.
     
    • Net a win by filling a hockey net with jars of peanut butter
    • Capture the title with theme days: Macaroni Monday, Tuna Tuesday, White Rice Wednesday, Thirsty Thursday, Fruity Friday
    • Show your team work by filling the principal's office with The Food Bank's most needed items
    • Demonstrate your team's depth with a structure built from the food collected
  3. Drop your food donations off at The Food Bank by October 21st, 2016
    We'll weigh them & enter your school into the contest. Need your donations picked up? Be sure to indicate that on your Food & Fund Drive registration form.
  4. Keep track of your school's most deserving class (25 students maximum)
    Who raised the most food? Who was most creative? Who were the leaders of the Food & Fund Drive?

What will your school win?

The elementary school that raises the most food per student will have the opportunity to send one class to The Food Bank of Waterloo Region. During the visit they will:

  • Sort food, tour the facility & learn about local food insecurity
  • Enjoy a pizza lunch
  • See first-hand how your hard work is helping the community

    ...with players from the OHL Kitchener Rangers Hockey Team!!!

Looking for more information?

If you have any questions, are looking for more information, please contact us at 519-743-5576 or email us.

 The winning school will be notified by October 25th, 2016.

Please note: transportation to The Food Bank must be arranged by the winning school.
This challenge is for elementary schools only.