Items collected for at-risk, homeless school kids during drive-thru food drive

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LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — Santa was out in the west valley on Saturday collecting food items that will be turned into food bags for at-risk and homeless school children.

The contactless, drive-thru food drive was held Saturday, Nov. 21 at Fort Apache Commons.

Santa was there to greet all the cars, and gifted the first 50 kids with Cowabunga Bay Las Vegas 2021 tickets as a thanks for donating.

The food drive will help make 3,500 weekend meal bags for 70 Clark County schools through the charity, Serving Our Kids Foundation.

Those that couldn’t attend, can virtually donate a CRISIS FOOD PACK for $20 on the website, servingourkids.org.

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