CANgineering participants collect 95,000+ pounds through creativity and teamwork
May 4, 2018
Thanks to the enthusiasm of this year’s CANgineering competitors, we collected 95,604 pounds of nonperishable foods! Delaware businesses and schools from up and down the state used creativity and teamwork to design and build impressive structures out of food items!
Among the winning structures were a stop light, Philadelphia Eagles’ Lincoln Financial Field, a rainbow and more!
The panel of judges were impressed with this year’s creations and had difficulties choosing the winners.
“What a great variety of structures this year,” said Food Bank of Delaware President and CEO Patricia Beebe. “Spring is a critical season as we work to stock the shelves of our partner agencies as we head into the summertime months. The CANgineering competition brings much needed resources as we head into a busy time of year. We are thrilled about this year’s competition and the creativity of all of the participants.”
Judges noted that the structures continue to get better and better each year!
The following organizations were declared winners by the Food Bank of Delaware’s panel of judges today. The “People’s Choice Award” was chosen by the Food Bank of Delaware’s Facebook fans.
Honorable Mention – Marshall Elementary
Best Use of Labels – Chase (White Clay)
Best Use of Most Needed Items – Bank of America
Best Meal – Zoup!
Most Creative – Charles River
People’s Choice Award – Giant
Best in Show – Chase (Powder Mill)
Bounty Award (largest donation – 57,793 pounds) – Barclays
Check out photos of our winners! For photos of all entries, please click here!