Collection Drive Held for the Stork's Nest

Even though they are now graduates of CJ, four students from the Class of 2018 worked together to collect and contribute more than $1,000 worth of items to families with babies in need.

As part of their Capstone project, Patrick Boudinot, Sam Brown, Jacob Ely, Angelo Moore Knight, and Anthony VanDorpe created a collection to be held at Holy Angels Catholic School. Both Boudinot and Ely attend Holy Angels for elementary school.

The CJ students chose to collect items for the Stork’s Nest, the baby pantry at Dayton Right to Life. Items contributed by the Holy Angels students included clothes, crib sheets, wipes, and diapers. The value of the more than 700 items contributed was $1,047.

Posted July 16, 2018