Project 150 to Provide 4,600 Thanksgiving Meals to CCSD High School Students
Clark County School District (CCSD) Superintendent Pat Skorkowsky to assist in the delivery of Thanksgiving meals for homeless, displaced, and disadvantaged high school students and their families at Clark High School
By: Project 150
Project 150 will distribute Thanksgiving meals to high schoolstudents and their families in need at 27 CCSD high schools.
Project 150 has filled more than 100 volunteer spots to help assemble and package 1,150 meal boxes at their local volunteer center. Each meal package will serve a family of four.
This year the need is greater than ever, last year we fed 4,400 at Thanksgiving and 3,880 at Christmas, so we ask the community to help meet the demand by donating and challenging friends to sponsor a student and their family for only $25.
Meli Pulido, Executive Director of Project 150, said, “There is an overwhelming hunger increase in school age children. Project 150 assists in meeting the needs of over 1,500 homeless, displaced, and disadvantaged students in area high schools. I challenge the community to step up to sponsor Thanksgiving and Christmas meals for these students.”
WHEN: Monday, November 24th, 6:00 - 8:00 pm (Meal Assembly, volunteers must register online)
Tuesday, November 25th (Meal Deliveries to the high schools)
On Tuesday, November 25th Clark County School District Superintendent Pat Skorkowsky will join Project 150 at Clark High School at 1pm to assist with their delivery of Thanksgiving meal bags. Delivery will take place on the Arville side of Clark High School. Clark High School is located at 4291 W. Pennwood Ave. LV, NV 89102
WHERE: Monday, November 24th Meal Assembly will take place at the Project150 Volunteer Center, 6211 Dean Martin Drive, Las Vegas, NV 89118
Tuesday, November 25th Meal Deliveries scheduled between 10am and 1pm
INTERVIEWS: Don Purdue, Project 150 Co-Founder/President and volunteers will be available for interviews and photo opportunities.