2017 Golden Gobbler Service Project

Monday, November 6th is the kickoff for the 21st Annual Golden Gobbler Food Drive. Last year 3,400 non-perishable items were brought in by Montini Catholic students.  The Broncos are responsible for donating close to 330,000 items since the program's inception in 1997 to food pantries throughout DuPage County. 

In 1997, under the leadership of the Principal at that time, Jim Segredo, (now the school's President) Montini Catholic kicked off the Golden Gobbler. The Gobbler challenges students, homerooms and classes to bring in non-perishable food items for local food pantries including the Woodridge Food Pantry and York Township Food Pantry. Additionally, some of the food collected is allocated for families that are "adopted" by Montini Catholic during the Christmas season.

A two-week long series of classroom challenges and friendly homeroom competitions was conceptualized by the Student Government to compel all students to get involved. Classes receive spirit points for food donations throughout the drive.

Students can drop their canned food donations at their class table, which can be found outside the Student Activities office in the Art Hallway.  

Please see below for a list of bonus point items for the two week drive:

Monday, November 6th
Canned Fruit

Tuesday, November 7th
Rice

Wednesday, November 8th
Mac-n-cheese (Homeroom challenge)

Thursday, November 9th
Mashed Potatoes

Friday, November 10th
Stuffing

Monday, November 13th
Canned Vegetables

Tuesday, November 14th
Pasta

Wednesday, November 15th
Soup (Homeroom challenge)

Thursday, November 16th
Cereal

Friday, November 17th
Canned Meats and Canned/Dry Beans

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