Date: Monday, April 17, 2017
Students at The International School of Minnesota (ISM) in the U.S. are encouraged to organize and participate in service initiatives on and off campus. During December, the SABIS Student Life Organization® at ISM organized a day for students to give back to their community.
Upper school students spent their day preparing over 2,000 sandwiches for the MRD 363 Food Program, a charity organization that is dedicated to serving the homeless community, vulnerable individuals, disadvantaged youth, and their families in Minnesota.
This is one of the many initiatives organized by SLO® at ISM which aims to lend a helping hand and making a difference in others’ lives.
To learn more about MRD 363 Food Program visit, 363days.org.
For more on ISM, visit internationalschoolmn.com.