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Collection Drive Service project Student advocates

Student Volunteers Donate Big

A carload of BITS Bag items collected by Lawrence Academy student Emmy Beauvais was delivered to the warehouse today. Emmy has been working on supporting project after project at The Wish Project this year and we are so thankful for all her hard work. Dedicated volunteers, like Emmy, are what keeps our organization going.

If you are interested in volunteering on one of our offsite projects, please email tina@thewishproject.org

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Collection Drive Donation dock Student advocates

Student Delivers

Thank you Westford Academy student Sheil Patel for collecting items off of our greatest needs list. The clothing will go right out to clients, the bubbles, crayons, and coloring books will be used in BITS Bags, and the toiletries will go in our personal hygiene bags for clients. We are so thankful for all of your hard work gathering these much needed items.

If you are a student looking for volunteer hours, please email tina@thewishproject.org for more information.

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Donation dock Donor Service project Student advocates

Student Volunteers Bring in Much Needed Items

Thank you Andrea Budiu for collecting much needed toiletries for The Wish Project!

If you are a student looking to gain volunteer hours for school or church, and would be interested in an offsite opportunity, please email tina@thewishproject.org for more info.

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Newsletter Service project Student advocates

Newsletter 1.29.2021

Click here to view our newsletter https://myemail.constantcontact.com/Students-Working-Hard-to-Make-Life-Easier-for-Those-in-Need.html?soid=1102010861186&aid=O480UxYUl5s

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Student advocates

Headphones for remote learners

Darci, a social worker from Greenhalge Elementary School, picked up 30 headphones and 10 pair of gloves for some of their students. These headphones have become essential items for students participating in remote learning. We are grateful to our donors that have helped us to provide these basic items to so many students this school year.