Bridgewater students container propagandize reserve for children
December 14, 2016 - School Supplies
Students from 3 Bridgewater schools contributed to a Schools on Wheels gift to move propagandize reserve to homeless children.
BRIDGEWATER – Local students assimilated army with nonprofit classification Schools on Wheels of Massachusetts (SOWMA) to move propagandize reserve to homeless children opposite a South Shore this holiday season.
Students during Bridgewater Middle School, Williams Intermediate School and Bridgewater-Raynham High School donated propagandize reserve to fill 150 backpacks to assist homeless children struggling to stay on-track with their studies.
Members of a Bridgewater Middle School tyro legislature and confidant Dori Kelly combined ornaments in a figure of a School on Wheel’s logo: a friendly, yellow propagandize bus.
“Kids assisting kids- is there a improved summary to send to a students?,” Kelly said.
Students also reached out to internal friends, family and businesses for contributions to a cause.
They collected donations from a following internal businesses: Cross Fit Bridgewater Raynham, The RAC, Merrill Lynch of Hingham, Emagine, TNT Energy, MEEB of Braintree and Mercer of Norwood.
More than 100 internal residents took partial in a “virtual giving tree” project, introduced by a Spatola family, in that neighbors came together to support and broach equipment for a gift drive.
The module was guided with a assistance of SOWMA house members Jill Spatola
Carol Marcus, SOWMA mentor and former Bridgewater-Raynham clergyman Gayle Arrighi and primogenitor volunteers Kristin Howlett, Maria Sheppard, Jodi Spreyer and Deb Sink and their families.
School on Wheels is a nonprofit classification located in East Bridgewater that works to teach children effected by homelessness by providing propagandize supplies, educational support and one-on-one education and mentoring.
For some-more information or to turn involved, hit School on Wheels www.sowma.org or call 508-587-9091.