Marking 100 days of school in the elementary schools of Fairfield Public Schools is a big deal 💥 And some of these schools make it an even bigger deal…not for themselves but for our neighbors in need. Holland Hill School is one of these schools. The school’s annual 100 day tradition is to hold a school-wide food drive to help stock Operation Hope’s pantry. Assigned by grade, this year the students collected granola bars, gummy fruit snacks, canned meats, condiments, canned fruit, cereal, oatmeal, peanut butter, honey and jelly. These are much needed items for our pantry clients and their families. Thanks so much to the Holland Hill School community for helping us end hunger and homelessness, one person at a time. We adore our littlest volunteers! 🫶