Junior School pupils donated more than 30 boxes of food and toiletries to local charities as part of their annual Harvest Week.
Pupils collected essential items including dried pasta, tins of soup and canned vegetables from their homes, neighbours and friends to donate to their chosen charities.
This year, recipients included East Dunbartonshire Foodbank and the Salvation Army’s William Hunter House, a short term housing support service for adults experiencing homelessness in Glasgow.
Heather Fuller, Head Teacher of The High School of Glasgow Junior School, said:
I’m very proud of the Junior School pupils for rallying together to collect and donate these essential items to such worthy causes.
The pandemic has been a trying time for everyone, not least for those who rely on the help of charities to meet their basic needs. We hope the harvest boxes help to put a smile on the faces of those who receive them.”