Students from Regina High School recently helped more than half a dozen local charities with the Warren-based school’s annual Thanksgiving food drive.
Each charity has received a “generous” amount of food, clothing and cash donations to make a difference in the lives of the people it serves, officials from the all-female private school said in a press release. .
âThe young girls in Regina come together to bring food, bottled water, baby items, etc. to “fill the scene” in
school until it is overflowing with articles that will help nourish and nourish the lives of many recipients, âAudrey Fox, the school’s marketing manager, said in a statement. âWhat impact this day has on our community. “
Charities benefiting from the November 23 food drive included the Detroit Nasturtium Soup Kitchen, St. Patrick’s Seniors Center in Detroit, St. Leo’s Soup Kitchen, the Church of the Nativity Pantry, the St. Margaret of Scotland Pantry and the St. Isidore Baby Pantry which is located in Macomb Township.
The school also participated in other charitable activities in favor of the underprivileged, including fundraising, making blankets for the homeless, collecting quantities of food for various pantries, collecting clothes, collecting books and DVDs for social service organizations, supporting Right to Life groups in the area. , send letters to residents of nursing homes, clean homes for the elderly, help in hospitals and organize special days at school focused on completing a service project.
Regina High School is a four-year college preparatory high school for girls on Masonic Boulevard in Warren.