Number of Participants: 30
Hours Donated: 4
Value of Time Served: $1,014
Event Type: Animal Welfare
Date: January 20, 2021
At W.T. Clarke High School in the East Meadow School District, students in the Dog Rescue Club recently hosted a dog supplies drive, while the students in the Key Club hosted a canned food drive. Club leaders set up a decorated box by the school’s front entrance for students and staff to drop off donations throughout the month of December.
The dog supplies were donated to Second Chance Animal Rescue and Last Hope Animal Rescue, while the canned food was donated to LI Helpers. The youth lead nonprofit organization provides food for local families in need and was founded by W.T. Clarke High School alumna Misha Khan.
- W.T. Clarke High School Dog Rescue Club officers Ella Noonan, Brooke Noonan and Michael Raduazzo organized a dog supplies donation drive throughout the month of December, benefitting Second Chance Animal Rescue and Last Hope Animal Rescue.
- W.T. Clarke High School Key Club adviser Maggie Trotter dropped off donations that were collected throughout the month of December for the local nonprofit LI Helpers.
Photos courtesy of the East Meadow Union Free School District