See pictures of Bradford and Edgemont activities

In the spirit of Dr. King, Bradford students and their families gathered for a morning of hands on volunteer opportunities to help others in the community and around the world. There were several stations/booths set up so that students can learn about different ways to help others in need. Activities included: Writing letters to and creating bookmarks for students at a sister school in Puerto Rico, preparing soup for Toni’s Kitchen, decorating and stuffing tote bags for the children of CASA (a non-profit organization that provides court-appointed advocates for children in foster care), filling backpacks with food for Toni’s Kitchen “Healthy Backpack” program, and supporting Breaking the Chain through Education, an organization that seeks to eradicate child slavery in Ghana. Students and families from Edgemont joined Bradford for their Day On.

Below: Community activities to help others and learn about different ways to help those in need.
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Bags of goodies, children writing letters, and a poster displaying the words of Martin Luther King.
Chopped up vegetables ready for the students to make soup for Toni's Kitchen..origami cranes litter the desks at Edgemont.

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