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High School Heros: How Feeding 500 Darien is Making an Impact in Fairfield County

Homelessness is a problem that plagues many communities, but in Fairfield County, a group of high school students is doing something about it through Feeding 500. Feeding 500 is a volunteer, high school student-run organization that works with the Norwalk-based Open Doors.  Their mission is to prevent homelessness through monetary, food and clothing donations. […] …

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New Canaan HS junior founds Feeding 500 to address poverty in Fairfield County

“It’s awesome to see people going out of their way to help us,” Oliver Tuff, the 17-year-old president and founder of Feeding 500 said.  The organization’s name comes from the goal to have each of six teams of New Canaan High School students feed meals to 500 people.  Since its inception in early 2021, students …

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Students aim to feed thousands through New Canaan food drive

High school-aged students held a food drive Sunday in New Canaan to feed thousands of people in need across Fairfield County. The group Feeding 500 held the drive at Walter Stewart’s Market where they collected non-perishable food items for Open Doors, a housing and homeless organization. “We started with the original goal of feeding 500 …

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0684-Radi0 interview with Feeding 500 founder Oliver Tuff

This week on 0684-Radi0, NewCanaanite.com’s free podcast, they talk to New Canaan High School junior Oliver Tuff, founder and president of Feeding 500. Since its founding last year, Feeding 500 has drawn dozens of NCHS and Darien High School students who raise money for the food program at Open Doors in Norwalk. Upcoming events that the organization is supporting include food drives at NCHS …

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