Canterbury Students Help Feed Families for Thanksgiving

Canterbury School would like to thank our community for their support in teaching our students about the importance of giving back.
During November, Canterbury continued its 30-plus year tradition of teaming up with Nations Association Charities to provide local families in need food for Thanksgiving Break. With our donations, our community filled 60 bags of food to help feed families through the Nations Association Charities. Reverend Dr. Israel Suarez, founder of Nations Associations Charities, also graciously accepted a check for more than $700 to purchase turkeys for the families. In addition, fourth-grade students in Mrs. Hall’s classroom donated $100 from the proceeds of their popular Cub Cave school store. Finally, we provided 22 boxes of food to the Gladiolus Food Pantry. Students, families, faculty, and staff in every division had a hand in making sure our food drive was successful. Thank you!