Results are in on a *different kind of back-to- school drive that was held over the summer.
Rather than pencils and notebooks, this one was about food.
The non-profit group “Feed our Future” estimates that nearly two- hundred children go to school hungry, because of low family income.
The Rotaract Club of Grand Cayman set up boxes in select supermarkets, for donations of healthy snacks that can be given to the students during
Last night, Rotaract reported 1,699 food items were donated by the community and nearly three- thousand dollars was raised as well, to buy additional food.