Opportunities for Kindness
The following items are needed for students at Hawthorne Elementary. New or gently used items are appreciated.
Gender Neutral Youth Sweatpants:
XS - 3 pair
S - 3 Pair
M - 5 Pair
L - 5 Pair
XL - 2 Pair
Tennis shoes sizes 1,2, and 3 in girls’ and boys’ sizes.
A Westerville South HS Senior has an outstanding food service fee of $351.53 and their family is not able to afford the cost of repaying this fee. If the student/family cannot pay this fee by the end of their senior year in May, per policy their high school diploma will be held.
Westerville South is seeking donation of traffic cones and poles, if possible, for students to practice their Driver's Ed maneuverability tests. The plan is to house these in our library for students to check out. We would love to have more than one set. Each set consisting of 5 cones and poles.
Recently Filled Needs
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Car seat needed for 18-month-old
A Westerville mom is in need of a car seat. Her 18-month-old is no longer fitting in his infant carrier. If anyone has a car seat that is new or gently used and has never been in a car accident, this mom would be so grateful for your help.
transportation costs for Westerville South theatre students in need
covering transportation costs for theatre students in need.
Student in need of daily underwear
Prevail daily underwear - size Ladies Medium needed for a student in our Life Skills program. There is a need to carry us the remainder of the school year (need 10 packs of 20)
Whittier Elementary in need of clothing and shoes
Whittier Elementary students are in need the following items. New and gently used items will be accepted.
Girls’ Pants: sizes 6-12
Boys’ Pants: sizes 6-12
Boys’ Shoes: sizes 3,4,6 and 7
Minerva Park Middle School in need of personal care items
Minerva Park school is in need of deodorant - thank you
Molly Woodruff, Area Director
Molly has lived in Westerville since 2001 with her husband Chris and son Dylan. She has volunteered at the Westerville Schools and the Westerville Parent Council for many years. Before becoming a mom, she was an Artist/Page Designer at the Columbus Dispatch.
Wendy Loeser, Area Director
Wendy grew up in Westerville and returned in 2002 to raise her family. Wendy has been an active member of the school community as a mother, classroom volunteer, PTA President, and member of the Westerville Parent Council. Wendy and her husband own and operate two local businesses and have 2 children in the Westerville City Schools.
neighborhood bridges Westerville Steering Committee
Megan Reamsnyder, Westerville City Council & Noon Rotary
Brandy Deichert, Westerville Noon Rotary Club
Christa Dickey, Community Affairs Director, City of Westerville
Stacey Rusterholz, Communications & Community Outreach Manager, City of Westerville
Tiffany McGinnis, Westerville Sunrise Rotary Club
Abra Campbell, Community Outreach Coordinator, WARM
Jennifer Scherer, Robin Mara, Jill Huck – Counselors, Westerville City Schools
Molly Woodruff, Area Director, neighborhood bridges Westerville
Wendy Taylor-Loeser, Area Director, neighborhood bridges Westerville