This past week our C.I.T’s and Trailbreakers set out to give back to the community during their service block.
One group headed to the Food Pantry at St. Vincent de Paul to help sort, organize, and shelve a delivery of food from the Greater Boston Food Bank. With 10 volunteers, they made quick work of this large task. They learned that over 150 families in town access the food pantry each month and about the important work the pantry does to support everyone in need. Check out some pictures of their work below.
A second group of volunteers headed to the Rural Land Foundation and Lincoln Conservation Commission’s Pollinator Meadow to help plant milkweed to support our bee population. They learned about native species and how to help keep our bee populations strong. Check out some pictures below.
A special thanks to Becca Fasciano for volunteering her time to help us find these meaningful service opportunities for our young adults in our C.I.T and Trailbreaker programs.
Next week campers will be volunteering at Codman Farms!