Friday, May 16, 2014

Schools Giving Helping Hands

Here at the Humanitarian Service Project, we’ve had the pleasure of receiving support from several young philanthropists from local schools in the past several days. We want to recognize there volunteers and supporters for all they’ve selflessly given for the sake of the needy members of our communities.
On Wednesday, our longtime friends at Hubble Middle School delivered the results of a food drive they conducted. The staff and students of the school generously collected enough food to fully fill the minivan used to transport it. With our monthly delivery to seniors being tomorrow, and our Feed the Kids program on the horizon, we are very grateful for this wonderful donation.
Joining in the fun yesterday, a group of students from Glenbard South volunteered to sort non-perishable food. Glenbard South has been a very consistent supporter of HSP and we are always grateful when they take time from their busy schedules to give us a leg up on all the food we will be distributing to needy families this summer.
Last but not least, a group of 7th graders from Aurora Christian School also graciously volunteered at HSP to sort food today. These students are participating in their school-wide community aid project, where all students from the school head out to local agencies to help those in need. Without the support of volunteers and friends, HSP would not be able support the needy in the DuPage and Kane counties.
HSP is very grateful to those who have taken their time to volunteer and aid us. If you or anyone you know might be interested in volunteering at HSP, please feel free to give us a call at (630)221-8340.

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