Wednesday, October 12, 2011

UPS lends a hand (or 24)

Humanitarian Service Project would like to thank a group of 12 volunteers from everybody’s favorite brown-clad delivery people, UPS, for volunteering in our warehouse yesterday. The volunteers came from the Carol Stream UPS center, the UPS in Bensenville, and from the UPS in Elk Grove Village. For more than two hours, the twelve volunteers helped us unload and organize the food we received from the food drive from Congregation Etz Chaim this weekend. We want to thank all twelve of the volunteers for the fantastic help they provided for us.

The food donated from Etz Chaim and organized by the volunteers from UPS, will go to help the needy seniors in our Senior Citizen Project. Every month the seniors in our program get over 90 lbs of groceries in order to make sure their basic needs are met. It is thanks to volunteers, like these great helpers from UPS, that HSP is able to reach these needy seniors. Again, we want to thank the volunteers from UPS and all of the other great volunteers that make all that HSP does possible. If you are interested in volunteering with our Senior Citizen Project, you can learn more about the project and volunteer opportunities at our website here:

No comments:

Post a Comment