The Falls Church-based Innovation Health bagged over 200 lunches for students at Pine Spring Elementary School’s summer programs last Tuesday. The effort is part of the company’s ongoing support for the school, which has an over 60 percent poverty rate. The lunches served as weekend food bags for the students at the school, located at 7607 Willow Ln, Falls Church.
Dave Notari, CEO of Innovation Health, delivered the bags to the school on Tuesday. “Innovation Health is a proud partner of Pine Springs Elementary School, and last week were able to spend a morning assembling weekend food packets for summer school students on the lunch assistance program,” Notari said. ”
Listening to Principal Armando Peri and his staff discuss the challenges facing children in one of the wealthiest counties in the country was an eye-opening experience. It was gratifying to be able to give back in this small way, and reinforces how much continued work needs to be done to ensure the health and well-being of the future leaders of our community.” For more information about the company, visit innovation-health.com.