April 26, 2007
Elementary school students at Greer and Stony Point are hitting the books to help poor students in rural Mexico build a kitchen at their school.
The second graders have read 2,000 books. They hope people and businesses will donate $5 for each book read. They want to raise $10,000 to build a kitchen for a poor school in rural Mexico.
The Read A Book - Build A Kitchen Program gets kids reading and inspires them to help other kids in need.
“This opportunity to connect with Mexico and give back something was truly a meaningful event for every student,” said Greer Elementary Assistant Principal Lisa Molinaro.
“It makes me feel good because they are finally going to have a chance to feel good as us,” said second grader Caleb Bow.
“I am glad that they can have a great kitchen, and I wish they can have a yummy food,” said second grader Mariko Ogino.
The students haven't raised quite enough to build the kitchen. They still need $9,000. To make a donation and for more information about the program, go to www.FeedTheHungrysma.org.
Donations are tax deductible.
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