STA Students Complete Projects to Benefit Restoration House
STA students recently completed two projects supporting Restoration House Pregnancy Resource Center in Hammond.
Campus Ministry's Pro-Life Team and Micah 6:8 group worked together for the month of October, which is recognized by the Catholic Church as "Respect for Life" month. The annual "Baby Bottle Drive" encourages students to donate their loose change in order to fill baby bottles. Those bottles and the $1300 that were collected was donated to Restoration House.
Additionally, Mrs. Connie Irby's Family and Consumer Science classes learned to make "no-sew" blankets. Each student purchased their own fleece material and they were able to complete 90 baby blankets, which were donated to Restoration House to use with the mothers who use their services.
Restoration House is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping women and families who are experiencing an unplanned pregnancy.
Photo ID: STA Principal presents a $1300 check to Beth Davis, Executive Director of the Restoration House. The money was collected from STA students as part of the Baby Bottle Campaign. They are surrounded by members of Mrs. Connie Irby's Family and Consumer Sciences classes who made and donated 90 baby blankets to Restoration House.