This Election Day, instead of relaxing at home on their day off, Girl Scout Troop 51526 decided to spend their morning helping out those in need. The troop of six girls and one adult leader came in to our facility today sporting bright smiles and helping hands. They assisted us in sorting paper products to be distributed to our impoverished seniors, helped to set up our warehouse for Delivery Day this upcoming Saturday, and sorted toys for needy kids.
Every month, two of the girls in the troop set up an activity for the group to participate in. “Our last big event was a behind the scenes tour of the Shedd Aquarium,” their leader explains, “we also plan on going zip-lining and camping in the near future.” The girls are no doubt excited for their upcoming endeavors, and we wish them all the best in their adventures. After all their hard work today, they certainly deserve to go out and have a good time.
We appreciate the help of each and every girl that came out today to volunteer. It is undoubtedly their enthusiasm towards helping others and their drive to improve the world they live in that will lead them all towards promising and fulfilling futures. “Two of the girls decided that they wanted to give back to the community this month, which is why we’re here today,” their leader beams, a proud smile adorning her face. She goes on to explain how they’d coordinated with us here at Humanitarian Service Project to come in to volunteer. We couldn’t be happier with the outcome of their efforts, and each and every senior citizen and child we serve here at
HSP will definitely be
grateful to those who have assisted in our cause.
If you or your organization has a similar interest in assisting the needy families and seniors in Kane and DuPage counties, we urge you to contact us by phone at (630)221-8340 or by email at email@example.com.