NGA has successfully partnered with many local schools to make a difference in the lives of the less fortunate.  Youth groups, scouts, school age children and teens wishing to do a community service project should contact Michelle Rich-Bonn at NGA to learn more about how to become involved.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

McDonald Elementary School

Fifth grade students asked their neighborhood to donate new clothing for NGA.  They handed out flyers and collected items on their bikes.

Shady Grove Elementary School

Collected toiletries for NGA.

Newtown Elementary School

Physical Education teacher annually organizes a Turkey Shoot (basketball event) for the entire school.  Each student is encouraged to donate $1.  Money is donated to NGA.

Wrightstown Elementary School

PE teacher annually organizes a Turkey Shoot for the entire school.  Each student is encouraged to donate $1 and the money is donated to NGA.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Holland Middle School

Students organized a collection of new warm winter items and donated them to NGA.

Lenape Middle School

The Student Council held a dance and donated the proceeds to NGA.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Archbishop Wood High School

Students volunteered at NGA’s Headquarters with sorting and boxing clothing for distribution.

Central Bucks High School South -

A Senior did her senior year project on NGA.  She set up a collection of new items at a local Middle School and solicited donations from local stores.

Council Rock High School North

Students volunteered at NGA on a weekly basis during the school year.

Neshaminy High School

Collected toiletries for NGA.

Upper Moreland High School

Students volunteered and did their senior project for NGA.

William Tennent Sr. High School

Each year, students come to volunteer at NGA’s Headquarters on a weekly basis.

ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS

MIDDLE SCHOOLS

HIGH SCHOOLS

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