Marymount Students Start Beanie Drive for Homeless

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Inspired by the work of her older brothers with the Jordan Elf Project and their weekly volunteering at PATH, a local homeless shelter and rehabilitation center, Jasmine Lind decided to run a beanie drive for the residents of PATH. 

She recruited her girlfriends Isabella Stovall, Emily Smith,  Simone Blanc and Ellie Cogert, all 5th-grade classmates at Marymount School. They were initially hoping to collect 100 beanies, but ended up collecting and delivering 127 beanies to PATH. 

“With my friends and I stuck inside most of the pandemic, my friends and I just really wanted to help the homeless with a warm gift for the holidays,” said Lind. 

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Shame Jan 01, 2021 09:02 AM
Marymount Students Start Beanie Drive for Homeless

RHS what have you done? Also you know absolutely nothing about their parents. I went to Marymount my parents were not rich and knew plenty of hardship. Shame on you for being so judgmental. Good job kids. It’s so very nice to think of others.

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