High School Food Fight

Start Date: May 28, 2013
End Date: June 17, 2013

In 2012, Chatham High School and Mendham High School competed to see who could raise the most food to help the hungry in Morris County and for bragging rights. The competition raised over $10,000 worth of food that helped the Salvation Army Morristown Corps and Dover Corps get through the difficult summer months – a time when food donations are low.  

Chatham High School won the “bragging rights.” This year, the two schools are at it again and Mendham High School is seeking to turn the tables. Once again, the winner gets bragging rights. Everyone who helps gets the satisfaction of knowing that while they are enjoying their summer – they’ve helped someone in need enjoy theirs, too. Game on! Select the “View Drive Page” button below to support your “favorite” high school.

 

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High School Food Fight
In 2012, Chatham High School and Mendham High School competed to see who could raise the most food to help the hungry in Morris County and for bragging rights. The competition raised over $10,000 worth of food that helped the Salvation Army Morristown Corps and Dover Corps get through the difficult summer months – a time when food donations are low.  Chatham High School won the “bragging rights.” This year, the two schools are at it again and Mendham High School is seeking to turn the tables. Once again, the winner gets bragging rights. Everyone who helps gets the satisfaction of knowing that while they are enjoying their summer – they’ve helped someone in need enjoy theirs, too. Game on! Select the “View Drive Page” button below to support your “favorite” high school. 

Congratulations!

This contest raised
$2,891.00 worth of goods!

Name In support of value of goods raised
1
Mendham High School The Salvation Army's Dover Corps $2,007.00
2
Chatham High School The Salvation Army's Morristown Corps $884.00

Total value of goods purchased:

$2,891

Pounds:

1,445 Lbs.

Participants:

57