Donation items are needed to support children here in Huntsville. A specific list of items needed are posted below. You can drop off any and all items from the list to the District Head Nurse, Nurse Presley, located at Stewart … Continue reading
Tag Archives: Huntsville Independent School District
Buzzy needs you! Help HISD restock much needed Hygiene items!
Did you know there are students in Huntsville Independent School District who are need of basic hygiene items? JSL has a project that works in conjunction with the school nurses to provide much needed products. Social workers in the district … Continue reading
Arise2Read Backpack Drive needs you!
Arise2Read is a literacy program that allows volunteers from various churches, local businesses, and civic clubs to take an active role in the lives of children by spending time assisting them with reading. Improving reading skills of low income students … Continue reading
We were super blessed to receive a ton of basic hygiene products such as soap, shampoo, lotions, toothpaste, toothbrushes, deodorant, socks and underwear. On Friday, we got to share the blessing!! All 8 schools in the Huntsville ISD received a … Continue reading
Help the Huntsville Chamber of Commerce support homeless students!
A staggering 350 students in the Huntsville Independent school district are estimated to be without permanent home. What a sad and completely heart-wrenching statistic! The Huntsville Chamber of Commerce is gathering gift cards to present to as many of these … Continue reading
Lend a Hygenic Helping Hand…
There are many students within the Huntsville Independent School District are in need of basic hygiene items. If you would like to help, please consider picking up a few extra necessities next time you are in the store. Unopened travel … Continue reading
Hygiene Project helps students of all ages stay clean and healthy!
At the beginning of the school year, an estimated 458 children in the Huntsville Independent School District were living without a regular, permanent home. What a sad and completely staggering statistic! Many children (and parents) are forced by their circumstances … Continue reading