Students collect nearly 660 non-food items for Neighbors, Inc.
Students in Charlotte Kodner’s Office Procedures class worked hard during the holiday season on a civic engagement project to collect donations for Neighbors, Inc. A nonprofit, social-service agency located in South St. Paul, Neighbors, Inc., provides food and emergency services to people living in Dakota County. The students collected a total of 653 individual non-food items such as high-demand personal hygiene and household products that are often overlooked during donation drives.
- 207 soap products
- 89 bottles of lotion
- 55 specific dental-care products
- 152 hair-care products
- 31 personal hygiene products
- 41 paper products
- 78 unique and miscellaneous products
Charlotte and her students wish to thank everyone who helped make the Help Your Neighbor drive a huge success.