Girl Scout Troop #10227 facilitated the annual Halloween candy collection drive at Benfield Elementary School. This drive benefited our community on many levels. The Girl Scout troop partnered with Dr. Collins Pediatric Dentistry and Dr. O’Reilly & Assoc., both of whom matched the number of pounds of candy collected with a monetary donation. Benfield students donated over 300 pounds of candy to this cause!!!! The monetary donation was then donated to SPAN. Through this partnership, the girls were able to collect $490.00 to give to SPAN. The local dentists then donated the collected candy to Operation Welcome Home, which is a program to support military personnel returning home. The girl scout troop is led by Laura Masone, Cristi Bishop and Elizabeth Nelson.
Join Girl Scout Troop #10227 in showing your support for SPAN. Donations can now be made on line through safe and secure Pay Pal. IT’S EASY- Just go to http://spanhelps.org bottom of Home page and click on Donate. All donations are tax deductible and a receipt will be provided. (Please note neither SPAN or PayPal will collect or use your personal information for any purpose beyond this transaction).
Jones Elementary, 4th grade Girl Scout Troop #438 decided to have a pancake breakfast for SPAN. Along with each scout donating syrup and/or mix, they went throughout their community and collected lots of donations to help our neighbors at SPAN. Many thanks to Girl Scout Troop #438 and Troop Leader Kim Milton, for helping our neighbors. Together We Are Making A Difference Everyday!
Join the Girls Scouts in showing your support for SPAN. Donations can now be made on line through safe and secure Pay Pal. IT’S EASY- Just go to http://spanhelps.org/becoming-involved/donations/and click on the Donate. All donations are tax deductible and a receipt will be provided. (Please note neither SPAN or PayPal will collect or use your personal information for any purpose beyond this transaction).
One of Jing Ying Institute of Kung Fu & Tai Chi’s younger students, Andrew, surprised owners Nancy and Billy Greer with a special donation for SPAN. For his birthday party, Andrew asked his friends for canned goods instead of presents so he could “do his part to help out.” Nancy stated, “We were so impressed with his initiative and generosity, we honored him with a special certificate of achievement. Andrew really shows a “black belt” spirit not only through his dedication to regular physical training but also through his positive attitude and kindness. From a very young age, he has showed a friendliness that is infectious”.
When Hannah of Severna Park invited guest to her birthday party, her request for gifts was a little unusual. The 12 year old requested donations for SPAN. When asked why, Hannah replied “I want to help my neighbors in need”. But Hannah’s family is no stranger to helping those in need. When her family moved to Severna Park from Michigan, they immediately became involved with the Winter Relief Program at Our Shepherd Lutheran Church. Thank you!
Once again 13 year old Megan of Crownsville adds love to her garden. Megan started her garden two years ago, growing cucumbers, squash, peppers, tomatoes, carrots, and sweet peas. “She is very meticulous about her garden, added Megan’s mom Carla. She goes to the garden everyday to add her special TLC”! And so does her neighbors. While Megan and her family were on vacations, neighbors watched over her garden. When the family got home they have a basket full of cucumbers. She brought in cucumbers give to her neighbors at SPAN. What a special treat!!
Join Megan in showing your support for SPAN. Have a party, food drive or fundraiser for SPAN. Donations can now be made on line through safe and secure Pay Pal. IT’S EASY- Just go to SPAN’s website Home page (http://spanhelps.org) go to bottom of page and click on the Donate. All donations are tax deductible and a receipt will be provided. (Please note neither SPAN or PayPal will collect or use your personal information for any purpose beyond this transaction).
On Saturday, Dec. 15 the Severna Park Green Hornets, Boys 8/9 Basketball League (180 players) invite parents, family and friends to bring food, gift and monetary donations to the gym before their son’s basketball game. The Capital Gazette published a nice story about their generosity.
In August, Jenna F. of Millersville told her dad she didn’t want to go to the high school homecoming dance this year and wanted to have an alternative party instead. Jenna wanted to make this party special, because this year she wanted the party to be held for SPAN. “I wanted to do something for others, so my dad rented a moon bounce and everyone brought a donation. The reason why I did this is because I know there are many people who are in need and SPAN does a lot of good for people in our area”.
Spirit week at Severn High School means not only football and soccer games, homecoming dance or dressing crazy, but the spirit of helping their neighbors. The high school had spirit week contest of which class would collect the most food for SPAN. Over 1,300 hundred pounds of food was delivered by cars, trucks and bicycle to SPAN for our neighbors in need.