Niagara Gazette — “We appreciate the baskets,” she said. “It helps us a lot. People don’t have to feel stressed out.”
And in the holiday season, when people should be focused on brightening the lives of those around them instead of maniacally running around trying to accomplish six or seven things at once, the small help can mean an awful lot to the right people.
Morrison said anyone who wishes to donate food to the 12 Days program can do so by calling the high school at 278-5800. She said baskets can also be distributed to community members, but only after all of the students requesting a package are delivered.
Distribution is handled by the school’s teachers and members of the Falls Police Department in the days leading up to Dec. 25.
She said Victor Muto of Frenchy’s Pizza and the Niagara Falls Bridge Commission have also supported the program with generous donations.