Posted Tuesday, October 7, 2014
The Loveland High School (LHS) Class of 2015 takes learning outside the class Wednesday, Oct. 15, as the entire senior class prepares to offer volunteer service to 13 Cincinnati and Loveland nonprofit organizations. This year – you can follow the innovative project live!
“Our senior leaders are going to actively record all that happens as they volunteer their time and talent for what has become the pinnacle project of service for our high school students,” said Bre Sambuchino, LHS Senior Service coordinator. “This year, they will use Twitter to upload images capturing the event as it unfolds with the hashtag #getserved – our hope is that the service becomes contagious and inspires others to give back.”
350 Loveland seniors will volunteer from 11:30 a.m. until 2 p.m. at the following nonprofit agencies: American Red Cross, Cincinnati Parks, Grailville, Granny’s Garden, Greenacres, Loveland Care Center, Loveland Middle School Football Beautification Project, Matthew 25 Ministries, Ohio Alleycat Resource, QPR Suicide Prevention Training, SPCA – Cincinnati, St. Francis Seraph School and the St. Vincent de Paul Society.