Food Basket 50th Anniversary Food Drive

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In 1970, religion teacher Mr. Chuck Ende and a group of St. Joe's students began collecting food donations for those in need. Fifty years later, the tradition lives on, and this holiday season, the need for non-perishable food donations is greater than ever.

In honor of Food Basket's 50th Anniversary, we're asking SJCI alumni for help collecting items for the Warming House in Olean, NY. Together as a St. Joe's community of all ages, we can join again as one brotherhood and give back to those who need our help this Christmas.

Non-perishable food items can be dropped off on campus at the Fayette Ave. entrance from 7am-8am, Monday through Friday while school is in session. Donations will be collected until Thursday, December 17.

Interested in making a donation 'virtually'?  For the first time, Food Basket has an Amazon 'Wish List' where you can purchase items and have them delivered directly to the Warming House.
Click HERE to view the Amazon Wish List.
WATCH a special message below to our alumni from Mr. Ende, Mr. Fedchak, and Mr. Stewart.