Monday, October 24, 2011

Thank you St. Francis High Schoolers!

Humanitarian Service Project would like to thank the student government and “J. Kyle Braid” students at St. Francis High School in Wheaton for donating several large boxes of school supplies. The students have brought in four large boxes so far over the last couple of weeks, and there are still more forthcoming. Jake Tibble, a senior at St. Francis, said a number of the students had a friendly competition to see who could collect the most school supplies to help needy students. That is some competition we at HSP can get behind, because we know there are many students whose families have a hard time affording all the school supplies necessary for a productive school year.

The boxes from St. Francis that came in earlier have already gone out to students who needed them, and the box that came in today will also get into the hands of needy children later this week. We want to thank the students at St. Francis, who have helped HSP reach out to so many needy children. HSP would also like to thank all of the other donors who helped with our School Supply Drive this summer and fall. Because of your generous support, HSP has succeeded in getting school supplies to hundreds of children in need of them this school year.

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