From Oct. 15-19, students at the school learned about goodness and shared the fruits of their labour.
The secondary school students, coupled with children in the feeder schools, canvassed together for the largest school food drive in the city. The goal was to raise 60,000 cans for the Sudbury Food Bank — the Cardinals surpassed that goal with a new all-time total of 125,080 cans, according to a news release.
This is the single biggest contribution in history to the Sudbury Food Bank.
St. Charles College has hosted a food drive for 27 years. It is supported by students at St. Bernadette, St. Raphael, Pius XII, St. Andrew, St. David and St. Paul and St. John.