Ranney Finishes as Top High School for Fourth Straight Year in Students Change Hunger Competition
Ranney School placed third overall in the Students Change Hunger Food Drive Competition this year, donating almost 9,000 pounds of food to Fulfill NJ to help fight local food insecurity. The Panthers finished as the top high school in the competition for the fourth straight year.
In total, this year’s campaign collected 46,902 pounds of food and $20,292, equaling 99,961 meals for our neighbors in need.
“We want to give a heartfelt thank you to all of the students that participated in our Students Change Hunger Food Drive Competition,” said Fulfill. “Great job students!”
The school that came out on top for the first time ever was Monmouth Beach Elementary School with $11,500 raised.