Number of Participants: 13
Hours Donated: 5
Value of Time Served: $549
Event Type: Poverty & Homelessness
Date: February 1, 2022
Cold Spring Harbor Jr. Sr. High School
Turkey Lane, Cold Spring Harbor
The Cold Spring Harbor High School Student Government put their community service skills to work addressing a need for men’s clothing during the month of January.
The students worked collaboratively with the Huntington Interfaith Homeless Initiative to provide much needed winter clothing to men in need.
The members of student government have proudly worked tirelessly with this organization for many years. HIHI offers homeless individuals in Huntington a safe, warm place to spend the night during the winter months. Comprised of more than 35 local congregations, the groups provide housing, clothing, a hot dinner, breakfast and bag lunch to participants.
The Cold Spring Harbor High School Student Government would like to thank the community for their generous clothing donations making this community service event a success.
Photo caption: Members of the Cold Spring Harbor High School Student Government used their community service skills to collect men’s winter clothing which were donated to the Huntington Interfaith Homeless Initiative.
Photos courtesy of the Cold Spring Harbor Central School District