St. Pat’s Angels Hold Food Drive

by The Editors on October 1, 2015

St. Pat’s Angels, an initiative created by St. Patrick Catholic School in Carlsbad, will be holding a food drive for Got Your Back San Diego and the Bread of Life organization. Students from the school will be collecting a variety of foods for the organizations. The drive will run from September 30 to October 2, 2015. The public is welcome to participate by dropping off items at the school’s front gate off of Pio Pico Drive today or tomorrow.

“The Got Your Back San Diego Program has found that there are many kids who often have nothing for breakfast, snacks or dinner and are often hungry over school holidays and weekends,” stated Ramsey Barcik, St. Pat’s Angels Founder. “I’m pleased that the St. Pat’s Angels can help out.”

For all the official details and contact info, please follow the jump.Got Your Back San Diego is currently seeking the following donations:

– Single serving breakfast cereals or oatmeal
– Single serving non-dairy milk products
– Macaroni & Cheese
– Spam
– Vienna sausages
– Peanut butter & jelly (no glass)
– Canned soups, vegetables, & fruits
– Spaghetti-O’s, real spaghetti and meat sauce
– Canned or small packages of beans
– Other non-perishable snacks and meals

“I am looking forward to a new year of exciting St. Pat’s Angels activities,” stated Denise Nelson, St. Patrick Catholic School Principal. “Last year we had tremendous success and collected over 4,600 items. This year, the goal is to collect 5,000 food items.”

For more information about Got Your Back San Diego visit:

For more information about Bread of Life visit:

The St. Pat’s Angels program is always open to suggestions from the community on ways to give. To make a wish request email

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