Community Collection

31 staff members from the Berry Center, along with the community engagement department, donated more than 1,200 food items to the CFISD Food Pantry last month, which had just opened for the summer. The pantry, located at Campbell Middle School, will benefit families in the Cypress-Fairbanks ISD community. Learn how you can help at CFISD.com.

COURTESY: CFISD

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