For the second year, Church Farm School, the private boarding and day school in Exton for boys in grades 9-12, held a meal-packaging event in support of Rise Against Hunger, which provides food and aid to the world’s most vulnerable through its international partners.
CFS students, faculty, and staff worked alongside church and community volunteers in the Founder’s Pavilion.
- Bryn Mawr’s Church of the Redeemer
- David’s Episcopal Church in Wayne
- Mary’s Episcopal Church in Wayne
- Peter’s Church in the Great Valley
- Paul’s Episcopal Church in Exton (where CFS’s founder once served as rector)
“We have long been a school committed to service, and this effort is one where we can work alongside good friends from the community to support the international hunger crisis, while giving them a glimpse of our amazing students and mission,” said The Rev. Edmund K. Sherrill II, CFS’s Head of School.