In a well-orchestrated effort on the morning of December 14, students brought hundreds of boxes of colorfully-wrapped toys, books, and clothes out of buildings across campus and into three large trucks destined for St. Gregory the Great Church. McDonogh parents were waiting there to help unload as the final step in the 26th annual Holiday Project. The gifts will be distributed to 131 families including 413 children. Director of Character and Service Bridget Collins is immensely grateful for the enormous community effort that makes the Holiday Project such a success each year. "I am inspired by knowing that the light of love will be shining in the homes of these families because of the compassion and generosity of the McDonogh community. Thank you for brightening the lives of so many people this holiday season."