Kaukauna school’s Soup-er Bowl collects over 2,600 cans for pantry

Students at New Directions Learning Community (NDLC) public charter school in Kaukauna load a...
Students at New Directions Learning Community (NDLC) public charter school in Kaukauna load a truck with donations they collected for the St. Joseph Food Program.(NDLC)
Published: Sep. 26, 2022 at 4:44 PM CDT
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KAUKAUNA, Wis. (WBAY) - Students at New Directions Learning Community, a public charter school in Kaukauna, collected more than 2,600 cans of soup for the St. Joseph Food Program. Monday night the total came to 2,637 cans.

NDLC ran a service project called the NDLC Soup-er Bowl last week, bringing in cans of soup. One third-grader wheeled in her donations in a “soupcase.”

The classroom that collected the most cans is being awarded a pizza party with Kaukauna Mayor Anthony Penterman, who was on hand Monday to help load the cans into a truck for St. Joseph.

A small number of cans will go to the Kaukauna Library food pantry.

New Directions Learning Community (NDLC), a public charter school in Kaukauna, collected...
New Directions Learning Community (NDLC), a public charter school in Kaukauna, collected donations for St. Joseph Food Pantry(NDLC)