Monday, March 13, 2017

Hill School Food Fair Benefits Pottstown Cluster

From left, the Rev. John Houghton, Anneliese Schlick,
Angelina Patrinosto and Kim Dent, Cluster staff.
Blogger s Note: The following was provided by the Pottstown Cluster of Religious Communities.

The Hill School’s annual fundraising International Food Fair was held on Jan. 26.

This year, the Pottstown Cluster of Religious Communities was the beneficiary of the proceeds raised during the fair. 

Groups of students and faculty got together and, with some seed money, prepared a table of goodies from various world culture’s represented by the student body and students paid $5 to get in, and the proceeds went to a community nonprofit—this year, the Cluster. 

Hill School Student President, Angelina Patrinostro, and Vice President, Anneliese Schlick, were responsible for coordinating the fair and they plan to make it even bigger next year, by inviting the community.

The students raised $564 and Reverend Dr. John Houghton provided a match gift and a check for $1,128.00 was presented to PCRC. 

PCRC, a nonprofit organization whose mission is to support the basic needs of Pottstown area residents living in economic poverty, is proud to partner with The Hill School in our efforts to reduce food insecurity in the Pottstown Area.

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