New Hampshire Student Group Makes Sure All Classmates Get Lunch

The Nashua High School South students in New Hampshire have raised money to make sure their fellow classmates never miss out on lunch.

They launched a “Meals Matter” program after noticing a sign in the school’s Cafeteria that read “No money – no food.” So they created a program to get rid of those signs.

Their organization raised $25,000, which covers lunches for classmates who don’t qualify for the school’s free lunch program.