WAKE COUNTY, NC (WTVD) -- The ABC11 Together Food Drive is a 30-year-long proud tradition at Eyewitness News and one local high school has developed their own tradition alongside of that - pulling out all the stops to donate.
As part of the ABC11 Together Food Drive, local schools also compete in a food drive challenge called Students Against Hunger. Sanderson High School has won that competition for at least the past 15 years according to Jennifer Caslin, spokesperson for the Food Bank of Central and Eastern North Carolina.
Their generosity is why Eyewitness News kicked off the ABC11 Together Food Drive at Sanderson:
Here they are dabbing on the competition in 2015.
"Coming in clutch" in 2014.
Just winning for days.
They didn't even need Justin Bieber with the assist.
So what are they doing this year?
Raising money through a student council leg shaving competition.
Selling "Spartan Donuts" at Rise.
And dropping off their donations at the Food Bank.
They've already setting a new record for themselves this year.
So be like Saunderson High School, donate to the ABC11 Together Food Drive.