Turkey Drive

Students push for strong Turkey Drive finish
By Tanner D. Nypen ’15 THE ROUNDUP Each year around the start of November until just before Thanksgiving break, the Office of Faith and Justice organizes the Brophy Turkey Drive. During each sixth period during that time period, students and teachers donate money to benefit various charities and organizations that have some association with Brophy, whether through donations such as this or immersion trip programs. This year Brophy students raised…
Turkey Drive raises money for community
By Chase Stevens ’12 THE ROUNDUP Every year, Brophy students donate money during the month of November to help out the less fortunate. Sixth period classes compete against each other in the Turkey Drive to see who can raise the most money. The winning class of the Turkey Drive will receive a Turkey Drive T-shirt. As of The Roundup’s press deadline of Nov. 18, students had contributed just more than…
Turkey Drive encourages students to take action on behalf of poor

By Mason Smith ’11

Hunger and poverty are severe problems in America, and in a down economy, the problem is only getting worse.

According to feedingamerica.org, in 2009, 43.6 million people (14.3 percent of the total population) in America were living in poverty, and in 2008, 49.1 million Americans lived in household where a food supply was insecure.

This is where Brophy stops in and lends a hand each November with the Turkey Drive.

Students bring in the stuffing for Turkey Drive

Gobble Gobble!

It’s that time of year again. The air is chilly and teachers are handing out projects and tests like candy to prepare for the end of the semester. As students prepare to go on break, the Brophy community is also remembering the less fortunate, in the form of the Turkey Drive.

Kicking off Nov. 2 at the All Saints Day Mass, students saw Danny Wilson ’10 and Mr. Tim Broyles take the stage.