La Crosse area students collect $12,050 for Hunger Task Force in iFeed drive

Students also collected more than 15,000 nonperishable food items

LA CROSSE, Wis. (WKBT) – Local high school students raised $12,050 during their annual iFeed donation drive to help the Hunger Task Force in La Crosse.

In early November, students from seven high schools hosted the drives at their respective buildings.

“We had an amazing turnout. It was awesome to hear, just the the numbers coming from all of our schools and stuff, so it was really really good,” said Natalie Mumm, president of Rotary Impact at Onalaska High School.

The students also collected a little more than 15,000 nonperishable food items.

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