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Central School District

                      

Warrior Fund/CV Food Pantry Annual Report

Warrior Fund: Yearly Report
September 2020-2021

Special "Thank You!" to our community for their generous donations to assist our Chenango Valley Families!
-Jackie Arnold: 762-6924
 


  • 93 families & over 250 children assisted with CV Holiday Programs
  • School supplies for 58 students & 27 Backpacks
  • 2 Warrior fund scholarships to CV graduates
  • 12 Scientific calculators
  • 86 Clothing purchases for students in need
  • Earbud purchase for students 
  • Winter coats, winter boots, snow pants, hats, gloves (PD & CB)
  • Eyeglasses for 2 students
  • 17 Post prom gifts for seniors
  • Food purchases for school contests and events for students
  • Incentive items for 56 students
  • Mask and safety purchases for families
  • Household items for displaced and other families
  • Book purchases at book college classes 
  • Food purchased to support food pantry
  • Diapers and infant items for 8 families
  • 2 students camp fees
  • Assisted 323 families with Aldi gift cards to cover lunch and food issues at home and school
  • 4 students with their BOCES materials for classes & steel toe boots
  • 37 gas cards for families and independent students for transportation to appointments, jobs and medical treatments
  • 21 -year books for seniors
  • 10 prom tickets for seniors
  • 2 prom dresses
  • PSAT tests fees for students
  • 2 Uber payments to get families to meetings
  • P-2 shirts for students
  • 2 student school pictures
  • Food cart for CHOW pantry
  • Art supplies for students
  • Emergency cell phone and 3-month plan for independent student 
  • 1 college application fees & supplies for college
  • 23 caps and gowns for graduation
  • Sports equipment and athletic shoes 15 students
  • Paid for membership to become a sight for students’ provider (free glasses)
  • 3 students with cell phone minutes for emergencies/ safety plans
  • Assistance with car insurance for an independent student 
  • Assistance with partial rent for a family
  • Partial help with a gas bill for oil to heat a home.
  • Hygiene products for 104 students
  • >100 students - Snacks for students 
  • 14 students with prescriptions that were needed
  • 2 permits
  • 4 - Five hour driving courses
  • 2 students' tuition fees
  • 10 packs of bus passes to help students with transportation issues to work or medical/ therapy appointments
  • 153 students and families used the CV warrior clothing room (free donated clothing)


CHOW: CV Food Pantry
September 2020 – August 2021

Families Served: 668               Children: 1,356                        Adults: 402                         Seniors: 39
Total Individuals Served: 2.465 CV Residents