Join our Thanksgiving Homeroom Challenge and help put an end to hunger today!
Since 1980, New York Common Pantry is dedicated to reducing hunger throughout New York City while promoting dignity and self-sufficiency. It is one of New York City’s most innovative emergency food providers offering meals and support services to nearly 400,000 individuals. To learn more about NYCP programs and how you can help, visit nycommonpantry.org
Helping is easy! Find the team below that you would like to support and click 'SHOP' to select the homeroom teacher. Next, purchase the items you would like to donate. You will be emailed a tax receipt at the time of purchase. At the end of the drive all brand new goods ordered online will be shipped in bulk directly to NY Common Pantry.
Regis High School, along with Loyola, Fairfield Prep, Fordham Prep, St. Peter's Prep, St. Joseph's Prep and Xavier are participating across 4 states in PA/NJ/NY/CT in a Thanksgiving food drive to raise awareness of hunger in our communities while filling local food banks and pantries with tens of thousands of pounds of much-needed provisions for needy families.
The Challenge derives its name from St. Ignatius, who taught, "Love consists of sharing what one has and what one is with those one loves. Love ought to show itself in deeds more than in words." We are collectively putting those words into action
A key component of a Jesuit education is caring for the wider community which allows students to gain first-hand knowledge of local, national, and global issues. Through service to the community, the students prepare for the day when they will participate in their world as competent, concerned, and responsible members who are committed to social justice.
Thank you! Your contributions will strengthen our community by helping others in need.