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Feeding South Florida Reveals Semi-trailer Truck with Winner’s Artwork from The Fifth Annual “Feed Your Creativity” Art Competition

On June 4, Feeding South Florida – the leading hunger-relief organization in South Florida – revealed its semi-trailer truck with the  winner’s artwork from The Fifth Annual “Feed Your Creativity” Art Competition at Coral Springs Charter School.


Tiffany Castro, an 11th-grade student from Coral Springs Charter School, was named the winner of the annual art competition. Castro’s artwork is now displayed on one of Feeding South Florida’s semi-trailer truck wraps – a 36-foot moving billboard that travels throughout South Florida.


Elementary, middle, and high school students throughout Palm Beach, Broward, Miami-Dade and Monroe counties were invited to submit artwork for the Fifth Annual “Feed Your Creativity” Art Competition. Castro was recognized during a gallery night at Feeding South Florida’s Pembroke Park warehouse on May 16 where all the submitted artwork was showcased.  

The art competition is part of Feeding South Florida’s “Summer Hunger Ends Here” initiative, designed to raise the awareness and funds necessary to address summer hunger for kids in South Florida. It’s aimed to engage students, their parents, teachers and schools in a critical issue, while also recognizing the artistic talent in the community. Summer months are some of the most difficult times for South Florida families because when school is not in session, children don’t have access to free or reduced-price school meals. In South Florida more than 300,000 kids rely on free or reduced meals during the school year.

By ML Staff. Images courtesy of Feeding South Florida


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