Nashville youth conduct coat drive to help homeless community
Great to see Zack Grady from Hunters Lane High School recognized for his work with Hands on Nashville! Great students are doing great work to help the homeless.
Nashville teens are heading up a community coat drive this winter to help women and children experiencing homelessness, and they need your help. The goal is to collect 200 coats by January 17. The coats will be given to women and children who are participating in the Life Recovery program at the Nashville Rescue Mission on Monday, Jan. 20, as part of Hands On Nashville’s Youth Volunteer Corps MLK Day of Service effort.
Several local high school students are coordinating coat drives at their schools, including Zack Grady, a senior at Hunters Lane High School.
“The coat drive is a small way we can reach out to the homeless community and show them we care,” said Grady. “It’s also a great opportunity to raise awareness around homelessness and to get more students involved in volunteering.”
In addition to giving the coats to the women and children, Hands On…
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