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Churchill High School in Livonia holding virtual telethon to help feed families in need

Posted at 1:38 PM, Dec 14, 2020
and last updated 2020-12-14 13:39:17-05

Churchill High School is getting creative with their annual canned food drive to benefit the Livonia Goodfellows, which helps distribute the goods to families in need.

Due to COVID-19, the school will not be collecting cans this year, and they are taking their fundraising virtual. Churchill will be hosting a virtual telethon with performances from students and staff on Dec. 16 to encourage viewers to donate.

The school has launched a GoFundMe to help them reach their goal of $10,000.

If you'd like to help Churchill help the Goodfellows organization, you can give here.

The drive runs until Dec. 18.

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