Roselle school donates 600 pounds of food
Roselle – Roselle Middle School recently donated 600 pounds of food to the Humanitarian Service Project. The food drive was organized by the Middle School’s Student Council, led by adviser Julie Scholma. The students donated more than 15 boxes of nonperishables that will go toward the Senior Citizen Project.
Seniors in the Senior Citizen Project are impoverished and cannot be helped by their families financially. They often have medical conditions that prevent them from being mobile. Through monthly deliveries, the seniors receive the groceries they need to help combat malnutrition and impoverishment.
Seniors sponsored through the program will receive a selection of 15 fruits and vegetables, seven kinds of frozen meats, six bags of nonperishable food, three loaves of bread, two bags of paper products (paper towels, facial tissue and toilet paper) and personal care items delivered to their door every month. The 121 seniors also receive a monthly “Secret Pal” gift, gifts at Christmastime and household items on their wish list.
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