Friday, March 14, 2014

Familiar Faces & Helping Hands

Today HSP was visited by the familiar faces of Ms. Heggen’s class from Glenbard South High School.  This wonderful group consisted of twelve volunteers who spent two hours in our warehouse sorting frozen meat for the seniors we serve. Every month the class comes to offer their helping hands so that they can get real world vocational and community service experience.

The time spent sorting frozen meats will help HSP in distributing food to needy seniors enrolled in our Senior Citizen Project. There are 123 local seniors that this project serves receiving 100 lbs. of fresh and wholesome food every month.

HSP would like to thank the volunteers of Ms. Heggen’s class for continually engaging in our mission to  alleviate the pain and suffering that poverty brings, and in this case helping our local seniors in need. Their time spent with us is always appreciated, and we look forward to seeing their friendly faces soon!

In order to offer continued support to our local seniors apart of the Senior Citizen Project, HSP collects donations and is fortunate to have helpers like the volunteers that visited us today. If you have any interest in contributing to the support we provide for the needy in our community, you can find more information by clicking on the following link:

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