Students and staff from Country Montessori School spent an evening volunteering at Feeding San Diego. The students organized donated oranges, while the adults organized Starbucks leftovers and other produce destined to be delivered to schools the next day. The students put together 197 orange bags in under two hours.

“When I went to help Feeding San Diego, it made me feel thankful for everything I have,” shared second-level student Adri Rayburn. “I liked volunteering because I was saving people and kids from hunger. It made me feel excited that people can eat because of what I did.”

There are approximately 400,000 food-insecure people in San Diego. Every dollar donated to Feeding San Diego provides four meals to someone in need, and the organization provides more than 21 million meals to children, families, and seniors each year. Learn more at