Monday, December 5, 2011

Kohl’s Cares

We at the Humanitarian Service Project don’t have uniforms, but that doesn’t mean we can’t appreciate a good uniform when we see it. One positive aspect of wearing uniforms is how well they can convey a message. That being said, uniforms also carry with them a responsibility; to live up to the message they present. Earlier today, we at Humanitarian Service Project had a group of uniform-clad volunteers who certainly did not shirk this responsibility. Their actions more than backed up the message written in plain english on their uniforms. That message was “Kohl’s cares.” Humanitarian Service Project would like to extend a big thank to a group of 5 volunteers from the Kohl’s store in St Charles; Craig Stiles, Stephanie Krauss, Pam Serrano, Max Jansky, and Lori Casey, and their district manager, Sheryl Mark, for volunteering in our warehouse today, and showing how much they really do care.

This group spent three hours sorting food for the sake of the needy families and senior citizens that we serve both at Christmas time and throughout the year. Pete Laabs, one of our seasonal warehouse supervisors, commented that these volunteers from Kohl’s were incredibly hard working. The care and passion that they put into working here will help HSP make Christmas a very special time for the needy families and seniors that we serve.

If you too wish to show how much you care for those in need of others, there are a number of ways you can do so. You can learn about our Christmas Offering at our website here:, or you can call us at 630-221-8340 to schedule a time to volunteer.

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