Low income school-aged children receive new clothes, shoes, hand-knitted hats, and dental supplies. When a child’s basic needs are met, they can focus on their education and have a better opportunity to break the cycle of poverty. During the past fiscal year, 825 children from 40 schools across Washington County from Enterprise to Hildale, plus Cedar City in Iron County, received new school clothing, shoes, and supplies.
Assistance League chapters throughout the country dedicated the week of February 25, 2019 to promoting literacy. Our chapter worked with Hope Pregnancy Center to educate young parents about the crucial importance of reading aloud to their children from birth on. We provided board books for babies as well as video support for making reading a pleasant and exciting family activity.
dollars returned to Southern Utah communities
children served in Southern Utah communities
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