Team Work Gets it Done

November 9th, Mid-Atlantic Branch welcomed back middle and high school students from the Leo Club of Avon Grove Charter School. In a fun morning at the warehouse, 48 teenagers worked with our volunteers to fold and box a huge donation of women’s summer and winter clothing. 200 apple boxes were filled in less than three hours! Thanks to the Leo Club, we are well on our way to sending our next shipping container. Teens, teachers, and MAB volunteers all enjoyed working together in service to those in need.

Categories: International Aid

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