Burleigh Manor Students Collect Change for Grassroots
Students from Burleigh Manor Middle School collected $177.66 in change from fellow students to donate to Grassroots Crisis Intervention Center as part of the Change Matters student community service and philanthropy initiative.
A check for the total was prepared and presented by the Student Council. Attending the presentation were (back row from l.) Student Council Advisor Tony Miceli, students Diego Cavero, Shazabe Akhtar, Dougie Barnes, Tess Hawkins and Katelyn McIlvain and Principal Claire Hafets and (middle row from l.) Will Jackson, Angela Ji, Cecilia Hsu and Eunice Cho and (front row from l.) Darius Baker and Pranav Ganapathy.
The students will be collaborating with Atholton High School in the Spring to collect additional funds from students and faculty to help homeless children living in the Grassroots shelter.