in the Advisors tab for more information! One great way to bring this project back to your
individual schools and communities could be having your chapter challenge each grade for a prize to see who can donate the most items; you could even ask your principal or
superintendent to relate it back to your school by giving the grade with the most donations spirit points, if applicable. This project is a great way to learn more about our community and get involved. Even though this project may seem to be on a small scale, you will make someone’s day that lives right in your backyard by donating items, such as video games, that they will have a lot of fun with! If you do decide to participate in this project, don’t forget to bring all of the items your chapter donated to the State Conference in March along with a completed State Project form which is found on the website under programs in the advisors tab! We’d love to hear about what you come up with! Please be sure to leave a comment under this post so we can hear about all of the great things you’re doing in the community!
Talk to you very soon,
Vice President of Community Service