(WHTM) — Students at Trinity High School in Camp Hill loaded their donations onto a truck for New Hope Ministries.

The school was divided into “houses” and each house competed to collect the most food and personal care items during the collection drive. It was a friendly competition where everyone’s a winner.

“Usually through the generosity of family and students and faculty where they go out and purchase things, or have things at home to contribute,” Deacon Scott Root said.

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All the student groups surpassed the minimum amount of donations to collect.