Tuesday, November 20, 2012

HSP Thanks Good Shepherd and Resurrection Lutheran

Students from Good Shepherd Methodist School help with
Senior Citizen Project. 
            We at The Humanitarian Service Project want to thank two local youth groups, Good Shepherd Methodist School in Bartlett and Resurrection Lutheran School in Aurora, for their time and effort this week.  Monday, twelve student-volunteers at Good Shepherd and their chaperons sorted food and made meat packages for seniors. Furthermore, today we had the pleasure of hosting an additional twelve energetic student-volunteers from Resurrection Lutheran, who sorted non-perishable foods.  The youth groups from both organizations were appreciative of the opportunity and of their volunteer time spent cheerfully and productive. Together the student-volunteers helped HSP organize their pantry in preparation for the holiday season. 

Students from Resurrection Lutheran School help sort food.
            Volunteers and the support of the community are the driving force of our projects. Without their time it would not be possible to sort and distribute the food and gifts to each individual senior or family.  Each project is enhanced by the attitudes and energy of each.  During the holiday season, the workload increases here at HSP with the Christmas Offering, being added to the Senior Citizen and Children’s Birthday Projects; nevertheless, the continuous support from all of our volunteers makes a huge difference in providing excellence services to our seniors and families. We extend thanks to our wonderful volunteers at HSP.

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