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Human Services Club participates in the Walk for Juvenile Diabetes. :-D

Hearts for Homeless

Savannah Collins, the HSR Club secretary, gives a heart to a SU student as part of the Hearts for the Homeless campaign :mrgreen:

 

On 11/16, HSR Club members prepared and served dinner at the Children’s House  for families from out of town whose children are being treated at Johns Hopkins Hospital :mrgreen:

HSR Club members who participated in the Lupus Walk at Druid Hill Park

Officers of the HSR Club include Savannah Collins, Jasmine Gillus, Brittany Johnson, Sara Piorkowski, Carla Simms, and Janae Winder.

Upcoming events for the Fall, 2012 semester include:

Welcome Picnic (Wed, Aug 29 at 11pm-1 on GS campus);

Alcohol Awareness (Mon, Oct 15);

Bonfire/Pep Rally( Thur Oct, 18); and

Children House (Thu, Nov 16).

Hope you will join us. See you soon!

2012 Port to Fort Walk

Today the Human Services Club partook in The Port to Fort Walk/Run, which benefits Believe in Tomorrow/Johns Hopkins Children’s House.  This event benefits children who are seriously ill and seeking treatment at Hopkins. Stevenson has had interns and practicum students there, as well as our club which serves dinner once a semester to parents who are staying at the Children’s House due to their sick child. This was a great event to raise money and awareness!

 

 

Our club will be part of an event on April 16th from 2-5pm at St. Paul’s Pavilion on the Greenspring Campus! The goal is to make 25 fleece tie blankets within only 3 hours to fundraise for the new Johns Hopkins’ Children’s Center. Stevenson Athletics and The Office of Academic Services will also be part of this awesome event! A team effort goes a long way! Come out and help us make a positive difference in children’s lives! For more information feel free to contact KMarzullo@stevenson.edu!

Children’s House

Going to the Children’s House is always an honor for us! It is great to make families a nice warm meal and converse with them. It feels as if we are lifting a huge burden off of their shoulders by cooking them a meal and just having friendly faces to talk to. The theme for this trip was comfort food, so there was mac and cheese, chicken, cornbread, chili, red velvet cupcakes, green beans, etc. There were parents there from as far away as Costa Rica! Everyone was very appreciative of the meal and had a wonderful time. It is doing courageous work, such as this, that allows us to realize why we chose this field. Keep coming back for updates on our events!

 

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