King James School donation to Resurrected Bites

/
1 min read
Please share the news
  • 39
    Shares

Children and Staff of King James have generously donated to Resurrected Bites, the charity that provides food parcels for those in the area that struggling financially to feed themselves or their family.

The school put the appeal to their students, and within a few days they had already collected a large pallet of food.

Resurrected Bites supports many families in the area, including a number that have children at the school. The school has been working closely with families that are having difficulties, and before North Yorkshire County Council released their voucher they were looking at running a similar scheme.

Resurrected Bites are always grateful for  any and all donations. This food was taken back to their base at Gracious Street in Knaresborough, sorted and then sent out on Monday this week – this food is now peoples homes.

King James collected the food in just a few days
King James collected the food in just a few days
Catherine Crompton and Michelle Hayes of Resurrected Bites
L to R – Catherine Crompton and Michelle Hayes of Resurrected Bites with Acting Headteacher, Mr Paul McIntosh and Family Support Officer, Mrs Kinsey-Stephens
A few of the students from King James
A few of the students from King James that helped with the collection

 

Catherine Crompton and Michelle Hayes of Resurrected Bites
Catherine Crompton and Michelle Hayes of Resurrected Bites loading the food into their cars


Please share the news
  • 39
    Shares
Previous Story

Dame Fanny Waterman 22 March 1920 – 20 December 2020

Next Story

100 drink or drug drive arrests in just 22 days 

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.