Wednesday, September 3, 2014

SEAL Is Starting Their School Year Off Right!

The School of Expressive Arts and Learning (SEAL) are starting their school year out right by sorting paper for the Senior Citizen Project! Today six volunteers came to help the Humanitarian Service Project this morning, which was a tremendous help this lent a hand by sorting paper products for the needy seniors we serve. This task is important that the volunteers sorted paper because not only can these seniors not afford groceries but paper products such as facial tissues, toilet paper, and paper towels are also very expensive for our seniors. Every senior in our Senior Citizen Project gets 100 pounds of groceries monthly, including fresh fruits, vegetables, frozen meats and non perishables. Here at HSP it is important for our seniors to have the food and nutrients they need but also paper products to keep them living healthy lives.
The School of Expressive Arts and Learning have been volunteering at HSP for three years now, we are very thankful for all their hard work and dedication by regularly lending their support. The Senior Citizen Project would not be possible without our selfless volunteers, Thank you SEAL for your help today and we will see you 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

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