Wednesday, April 4, 2012

HSP Salutes Divine Savior Parish!

Twenty years ago today, the world was a very different place. The Soviet Union had only fallen a few months prior, a state of the art computer would have only been running Windows 3.0, and nobody had ever heard the words iPad, blog, or Facebook. However, one thing that has stayed the same throughout all that time is the support Humanitarian Service Project has received from Divine Savior Parish in Downer’s Grove. A lot of things have certainly come in and out of fashion in that period of time, but Divine Savior’s passion for helping the needy senior citizens and children served by HSP certainly hasn’t waned. We want to thank them for their continued generosity!

Divine Savior most recently showed their support for those in need served by HSP with a food and paper drive dropped off at our center in Carol Stream earlier today. Tierney Hogan, HSP’s Senior Project Coordinator, said she was very excited to see the donation in “a sedan packed to the gills” of non-perishable food and paper products that the seniors in our Senior Citizen Project desperately need. We want to thank Rich Patera, a longtime friend of HSP and member of Divine Savior, for delivering the donation to our center in Carol Stream. We would also like to extend our deepest gratitude to everyone else at Divine Savior Parish, not only for this donation, but all of the support they have generously given to the needy children and senior citizens in HSP’s programs over the years.

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