College students within the Freeport Excessive College Human Relations Membership have raised greater than $1,000 for the Affiliation for the Youngsters of Regnier Haiti, a nonprofit group based by former Freeport pupil, Maryse Cadet.
When a 7.2 magnitude earthquake hit the southwestern area of Haiti, it destroyed the ACR’s important constructing. Instantly, the group was in want of latrines, a brief kitchen, sheds for momentary education, faculty furnishings, faculty provides and meals. Freeport Excessive College Principal Ms. Gisselle Campbell-Ham introduced it to the eye of the Human Relation Membership within the hope they’d be capable of assist.
Membership members have been impressed to develop into changemakers by Robert F. Kennedy’s “ripple of hope” quote and commenced implementing the Ripple of Hope advocacy initiative inside the highschool.
“In a time when our world is flooded with negativity, I’m so moved and impressed by the humanitarian efforts of our wonderful college students,” stated Freeport Excessive College Principal Campbell-Ham.
The membership developed a fundraiser wherein college students got a paper “drop” in alternate for a $1 donation. The paper drops are displayed as a wave on the wall in the highschool’s cafeteria to visually depict a “Freeport Excessive College Present of Collective Hope.” The show offers a concrete image that collectively, folks could make a distinction within the lives of others.
The entire funds from the Ripple of Hope initiative might be donated to the Affiliation for the Youngsters of Regnier Haiti for its wants.
The Freeport Excessive College Human Relations Membership explores numerous problems with justice and human rights to advertise the conclusion that college students at Freeport Excessive College could make a distinction on the earth. The targets of the membership are to boost consciousness of the marginalized and oppressed by way of activism and social consciousness. College students take part in philanthropic fundraising actions and neighborhood service regionally and globally.