Leadership Plano Class 33 has chosen Lovepacs as their year-end philanthropic project. The nonprofit organization serves children on the free and reduced lunch program in area public schools by establishing relationships with counselors and administrators to properly identify “chronically hungry” children.

Class 33 (who some say is “the best class”) helped load and distribute more than 350 boxes of food over Spring Break. The drive helped feed more than 120 west-side Plano children.

“Leadership Plano believes no child should experience hunger,” said Melissa Sauvage, Leadership Plano Class 33 member. “Lovepacs is an impressive organization, who works hard to feed Plano’s chronically hungry children. Leadership Plano Class of 33 and members of Leadership Plano’s board were honored to support and contribute to their important mission. While our class is formally wrapping up, we look forward to helping Lovepacs continue to grow, thrive and serve even more children in need in the greater Plano community. We encourage others to join us in supporting this important cause.”

More information on Lovepacs to come in our July issue. For now, visit lovepacs.org.

Here’s another great story on Lovepacs, Plano’s 8th grade hero.

Brit Mott

Brit is a Leadership Plano Class 25 graduate and Leadership Frisco Class 10 graduate. She received her Master’s in Journalism from the University of North Texas and her Bachelor’s in Mass Communication...