SFC Lower and Middle School students assembled and distributed over 500 Easter baskets to deliver to children in City Heights, San Diego. Baskets are filled with chocolate crosses or bunnies, small toys and necessity items such as toothpaste & toothbrush, shampoos, soaps, lotions, deodorant, socks, hair ties and head bands. Many of the children who will receive the Easter baskets are refugees from all over the globe including Africa, Middle Eastern and Asian countries. SFC students and parents deliver the baskets before Easter to a local park in City Heights. Parent volunteer Melissa Drake guided the effort in partnership with Bridge of Hope, a non-profit organization dedicated to helping distressed families by providing furniture, clothing and food. The Easter project is one of many charity efforts the Lower School conducts each year.