After only three months, volunteers from the School of Expressive Arts and Learning (SEAL) in Lisle were back again today! They started helping HSP in 2012 and have become familiar faces since then. Every time they visit, they are a huge helping hand. We are extremely grateful to have SEAL as a group of regular volunteers to help us make a difference.
Today, the volunteers from SEAL spent about two hours sorting paper products for the needy seniors served by HSP. These products include toilet paper, facial tissue and paper towels.
The students at SEAL are dedicated volunteers. Along with observing and experiencing work, they assist local communities every single Wednesday! We’re thankful that they spent this Wednesday with HSP. Assisting the neediest members of our communities would not be possible without the help of our wonderful volunteers, so thank you, SEAL, and we’re sure we will see you again soon!
If you or anyone you know is interested in volunteering their time to help make a difference in the lives of needy children and seniors, feel free to contact the Humanitarian Service Project by phone at 630-221-8340, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.