Humanitarian Service Project would like to issue a huge thank you to the Naperville Newcomers and Neighbors Club (NNNC.) A group of 13 women from the club came to work in our warehouse to help us sort non-perishable food items for our upcoming Christmas Offering. According to Larry Erven, a regular volunteer of ours who graciously came in to help acclimate the group to our warehouse “these ladies were among the fastest, most efficient volunteers that [he had] ever seen.” We are inclined to agree with Larry; these women from the NNNC even helped unload a shipment from the food bank that was picked by our volunteer driver John Jaska. The hard work put in by this group has really helped us at HSP prepare to serve all of the needy families and seniors we serve at Christmas, and we want to thank them for their help. We, of course, also want to thank Larry for coming in to help with the group and John for being our volunteer driver. Thanks guys!
The Naperville Newcomers and Neighbors Club has been an important friend of HSP for a while now. They’ve helped HSP reach out to countless needy children through multiple sponsorships of children in our Children’s Birthday Project every year since 1995. They have also run toy drives to help benefit the needy children we serve at Christmas for 16 years, and also will be doing so this year. Of course, this group of gung-ho women from the club provided fantastic service as well. If you are interested in helping out in our warehouse for our Christmas Offering, like this great group, we still have many slots for groups, or individuals, to come in during the month of December. Call us to reserve a spot at 630-221-8340.