High school students raise money for HAWC by raising Holiday spirit
A group of high school students, with the help of a few volunteers from HAWC (Healing Abuse Working for Change), hosted a holiday festival to raise money for the shelter. HAWC provides free, comprehensive services to victims of domestic violence and their children in the 23 cities and towns across the North Shore of Boston.
The high school students set up in the dining hall, providing multiple stations that children could go around to after paying a small fee to get in. Each station had a different holiday themed craft to do, that the children could take home when they were finished.
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