Help Others and Get Organized Through the Savers Drive
The Savers Drive is a great way to give back to the community and a reason to clean out your closet! Ms. Aggie Coleman is organizing the event and National Honors Society is hoping to collect as many donations as possible to give to Savers in Hanover, Massachusetts. Lightly used clothing, shoes, household accessories and toys are being collected between the 18th of November and the 22nd of November.
Ms. Coleman has been NHS faculty advisor for 3 years and deemed this drive as always very successful. The money being collected is going directly to the interfaith councils Christmas program to provide presents for needy families. The interfaith council organizes a drive for families who can’t afford Christmas gifts and the Savers Drive gives them the funding to do this.
“Shout out to Marie Lee of the interfaith council who supports the event and is our point of contact,” said Ms Coleman. “She rallies the senior citizen community of Duxbury to bring donations and give back to people in need.”
Students are excited about the drive because it is an easy way to give back, especially for the holidays.
“I think the Savers Drive is great, I love the idea of helping people even if it’s something small,” said senior Holly M.
Drop off for high school students will be before school at the front doors or in the office. Teachers and seniors of DHS can leave their donations behind their cars in the parking lot. Donations should be able to fit in a trash bag for the Savers of Hanover’s convenience.