Ahwatukee Students Pitch in With Harvey Relief Efforts
Two groups of Ahwatukee students have helped lead local Hurricane Harvey relief efforts.
According to the Ahwatukee Foothills News, a group of Keystone Montessori students raised $1,800 for the Red Cross’ Harvey relief efforts, while St. John Bosco Interparish School students collected toys and other playthings for kids staying in emergency shelters as a result of the hurricane.
At Keystone Montessori, the students, aged 6 to 9, wanted to help the victims and settled on donation box for Red Cross relief efforts, which the decorated and placed in the office of the school, the article said.
Meanwhile, at St. John Bosco Interparish School, after learning that children in shelters lacked toys and entertainment activities, the student council and student ambassadors collected hundreds of toys, coloring books and stuffed animals.
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