Keystone at Helping Hands Food Bank
Members of the Sedro-Woolley Keystone Club assisted with food distribution at the Helping Hands Food Bank September 18th. Last school year, Sedro-Woolley Members contributed to over 1,500 hours of community service and are planning to do even more this year. Seven Teens joined Service Learning Coordinator, Bryan Reeder and other volunteers from the community, to prepare food for distribution to the Sedro-Woolley community. Through this relationship with Helping Hands, Members see first hand the people in their community that they are impacting which inspires them to help more.
If you have any questions regarding service learning opportunities at the Boys & Girls Club, please contact Program Coordinator, Shane Collins at 360-856-1830 or email email@example.com.