PEPPERELL — Sarah Revis and Kevin James, students at North Middlesex Regional High School, are hosting a food drive to benefit PACH of Pepperell and TEO of Townsend.

Both PACH and TEO are food pantries that provide food and personal care items for families in need of assistance. This Food Drive is one of more than 90 taking place across the Commonwealth as part of Project 351’s Fall Service. Bring donations during school hours to North Middlesex Regional High School. They will be accepting donations from Nov. 30 through Dec. 10.

Revis was chosen to serve as the town of Pepperell’s Project 351 Ambassador and James the Ambassador for Townsend. Revis and James are two of approximately 351 students representing all of the cities and towns in Massachusetts for the Project 351 Fall Service Project. Project 351 is a youth service organization dedicated to building unity and leadership through the yearlong engagement and enrichment of an 8th grade service Ambassador from every city and town in Massachusetts. Ambassadors are selected by hometown educators for an exemplary ethic of service and the values of kindness, compassion, humility, and generosity of spirit.

Founded in 2011, Project 351 is convened by Gov. Charlie Baker and partners with an inspiring community of educators, non-profit organizations, private sector leaders, families, and volunteers to achieve its mission.