Humanitarian Service Project is currently on display at the Wooddale Public library this month! In addition to this, Clarendon Hills Public Library was generous enough to let us set up in their display case last month. These displays are full of information about our programs, specifically our Feed the Kids program, Senior Citizen Project, and Children’s Birthday Project. The posters also educate community members on how they can help HSP serve needy seniors and families in DuPage and
|Library Display at Elmhurst Public Library|
Humanitarian Service Project has been blessed by many different libraries allowing us to put display boards up! Many friends of HSP have heard about us first through our display boards so we ware excited for the opportunity that Wooddale has give us to spread the word on our services to feed needy families and seniors. There are brochures on our programs at the Wooddale Library so you can take home the information or give it to a friend.
HSP wishes to thank both libraries and appreciates that they allowed us to get our name out in the community in order to spread awareness of our programs and service! HSP is lucky to have this relationship with many local libraries because it allows us to reach more members of the community. HSP is very grateful to booth Wooddale Public Library and Clarendon Hills Public Library for their generous support!