When St. Vincent’s Place put out a call for help, it was Grandview Public School that stepped up to the plate.
On Wednesday, Grandview Public School invited member sof the media to the school to celebrate the success of their latest fundraiser, a can food drive. With over 1000 non-perishables donated, the Sault’s men’s shelter St. Vincent’s will see some of their cupboards full again due to the efforts of the grade school students. The spotlight today was being put on the grade 2/3 class, who managed to gather 198 items in only 4 days of work!
ONNtv went down to the school and spoke with Sara McCleary, a representative of St. Vincent’s Place.