This is your last chance to buy a Raffle Ticket. Grand prize is a trip to the Super Bowl but there are other AMAZING prizes. But most importantly your money from purchasing a ticket will go to This Club Saves Lives to help the club do very impactful service locally and globally. Please consider buying a ticket. Thanks!
On Saturday a group of senior girls donated over 4,000 tampons and pads to Community Solutions in Gilroy. Community Solutions provides support for domestic violence victims, foster children, human trafficking victims, and more. #tampontuesday
We are hosting a youth service summit for Monterey County students on Wednesday, February 20, 2019. Sign up here: Youth Service Summit
Our first delivery of tampons and pads to a domestic violence shelter in Marina.
Menstrual products are the most needed and least donated items in homeless and women’s shelters. Students can donate extra tampons and pads in classrooms on campus or you can purchase from our Amazon wishlist. We will be making a monthly donation to local shelters with our collection.
Amazon wishlist: http://a.co/i4N9ANU
Baby2Baby 2 The Rescue Bundles
Baby2Baby provides rescue bundles to children going into foster care who may have left home with nothing. Our goal is to make 50 bundles when we go to Los Angeles in April. Each bundle includes new:
- hygiene products
- comfort toys
Please help us my buying something from our Amazon wish list: Foster Care Bundles
The #7 plastic ocean polluter are plastic bags. Did you know the Monterey Regional Waste Management District no longer accepts plastic bags for recycling?
Communities for Sustainable Monterey County will be at local farmers markets educating the communities and offering reusable fabric bags for their veggies.
This Club Saves Lives has been decorating the farmers market bags to brighten up the shopping experience.
Congratulations to club member Serena Valdez Klemek for winning the first CUSD Students Who Excel Award. Serena has done over 2,000 hours of community service, leads a leadership camp during the summer, and helped organize the club school supply drive.
Our sock drive at Carmel High went really well. Our goal was 1,000, but we ended up getting a total of 1,450 socks! We donated them to a local homeless veteran drive. We are so happy that we were able to collect so many socks to help those who desperately need them, and we are excited to be able to contribute to your goal!
The winning class was Mrs. Pollock’s 5th period math class. Thank you to everyone!