Avalon High School students show their generosity and support for the work Harbor Interfaith does within the community. Each year Avalon partners with Harbor Interfaith to bring non-persible food items, Christmas gifts and clothing to the over 1200 adults and nearly 700 children Harbor Interfaith will serve during this holiday season. This year was Avalon High School's largest collection of gift items and food to date. Student Body President, Monic Cortez under the leadership of Ms. Faye Kirk, a teacher at Avalon, reached out to community partners to engage Sharefest, as well as Rio Tinto, British Petroleum and others to provide additional gift cards and funding for their effort. It is so inspiring to see so many students give so much to those who are less fortunate, understanding that many of these students go without some of the same basic necessities themselves. This is a true testimony of the stewardship of the youth and faculty at Avalon High School and a tangible example of the true spirit of giving this holiday season.