4th Annual Knight Pack Walk Raises Food, Money to Fight Hunger

The weather wasn't great but the cause was as 60 people braved unseasonable cold and mixed precipitation at the 4th annual Knight Pack Walk at Valley Park in Kirkwood Sunday. 
The event raised $820 and 672 items of food for the anti-hunger program. Knight Pack provides packs of food for students in the Windsor Central School District who are facing food insecurity to bring home each weekend. Over 80,000 food items have now been sent home.
Five students standing outside in a park 

Sodexo food services also presented Knight Pack founder Alexis Green with a special award from the Sodexo Stop Hunger Foundation for her Youth Service America Knight Pack Work. 

You can go to Knight Pack's Facebook Page with information on how you can donate to Knight Pack.

"Knight Pack is now a service club at the high school.  We are always looking for students to help. It serves all schools in the Windsor District," said high school teacher Amy Green, Alexis' mother. 
A tent with people under it and outside of it with bags of food in front 
In addition to the annual walk Knight Pack is in urgent need of the following items to add to the weekly food packs:

Canned veggies
Canned fruits
Peanut butter
Canned Pasta sauce
Granola bars
Mac n cheese

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