I wanted to share with everyone a great service project that has been created by a student at South River High School. It is a much needed service and one that all of us could help out with. Please support Siena and Food Link by supplying essential items to struggling families with newborns through Food Link’s Emergency Baby Pantry program. At the same time, increasing awareness of poverty in Anne Arundel County. Siena says, “My hope is to change the face of poverty so that we may be more tolerant and understanding of those in need.” Check out Siena’s video:
Operation: BuddyPack was a huge success! Thank you to every student and family who contributed for the backpacks to be filled with toiletries, school supplies, and games or toys to pass the time! Thousands of children in the New Jersey and New York area are without homes and all of the comforts that a home usually brings. Thanks to you, 10 additional children have been given a backpack full of practical supplies, and comfort. Mr. Joe and I cannot express the gratitude we have for all of you – the families at BLS – that helped put a smile on
Sunny and breezy, with beautiful mid-70 degree weather… this past Saturday was a terrific day to spend outside. Instead of hanging at the beach or lounging in a downtown coffee shop, I arrived bright and early at a build site in Baltimore City to partake in a house demolition and reconstruction job! Volunteering for Habitat for Humanity has been a dream of mine, but taking off for a week to build a house abroad just never seemed feasible with work and school. Who knew that Habitat for Humanity has local chapters that allow you to volunteer for day jobs (about 7
Connor S. is a student at Balanced Life Skills. This Saturday on June the 9th he will be taking part in a fundraiser for Bello Machre, ” Every Step Counts” with his team – Dust Off Your Dreams. Why is this so special? Here is a letter from his mom and a video of Connor speaking to nearly 200 Middle Schools Students at Severn School about autism. For the last 40 years, Bello Machre, a locally based non-profit organization, has dedicated their energy to helping children and adults with developmental disabilities. The “Every Step Counts” fundraiser is their biggest of
Here are four of our students who have raised money for and shaved their heads in support of finding cures for childhood cancer. We are very proud of them for finding ways to make a difference their community.