KLS Community Comes Together to Support Youth Hospital Patients

A collage of photos of students and parents making blankets at home.
Jennifer Turner & Vivien Tong, Community Service Representatives, KLS Family Association

Community Blanket Drive for Project Linus

Our most recent Family Community Service event, organized by our Family Association, brought our community together in support of youth hospital patients. Families and students were asked to make blankets at home and drop off donated items to an outdoor drop-box on-campus.

A young student making a blanket with their hands on a couch.

 

Over the course of several weeks, our community made children’s blankets as gifts to babies and kids staying at local hospitals, hospices, and family shelters, in partnership with Project Linus, a non-profit organization with chapters across the United States. 

Child holding blanket and Project Linus logo.

An update about the effort from our Family Association:

"Good news! Our school community, with some planning and effort, was able to hand-make and donate a total of 25 adorable blankets for local children in need. Project Linus recipients include organizations such as El Camino Hospital NICU, Ronald McDonald House, and Safe House Hollister.

Thank you, KLS Families, for turning a fun, family activity into a heartwarming and much needed gift for little ones!"

—Jennifer Turner & Vivien Tong, Community Service Representatives

 


 

KLS Community: Find more photos from this Family Association event in SmugMug here (album access password available by logging into our KLS Web Portal)

 

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