Dozens of St. Thomas More High School students took time to write caring messages to Project Concern clients on Friday, January 27. The activity helps Project Concern in Cudahy share warm thoughts with their home-bound clients during a cold, dreary season.
Project Concern is a non-profit emergency food pantry, clothing bank and resource center serving low income residents of Cudahy and St. Francis. They provided the first names of clients so St. Thomas More students could personalize each card they wrote. The note cards were designed by people with disabilities in the Life Navigators program. A colorful flower magnet was added to each card before the sealed and stamped envelopes were returned to Project Concern, who will address the envelopes to maintain the confidentiality of their clients.