James H. Boyd Intermediate School students in Room 412 helped pack meals for orphans in Haiti and the hungry on Long Island on April 3 as part of the LuHi Meal Packing Event at the Long Island Lutheran Middle and High School in Upper Brookville.
Every year the students in Room 412, as well as previous students travel to LuHi, accompanied by their parents, to help pack meals. This year, the students helped pack 22,824 meals for kids in Haiti, as well as the hungry on Long Island.
Long Island Lutheran adopted an orphanage in Haiti, whose residents they help provide with food. Most of the food, however, is distributed to organizations, which feed the hungry on Long Island.
James H. Boyd Intermediate School students volunteered by packaging food for orphans in Haiti and the hungry on Long Island.
Photos courtesy of the Elwood Union Free School District