Lyndsay Conroy, Hun School of Princeton

“Champions of Caring has provided me with opportunities to extend my service into the larger community.”

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Helen Eisner, Lower Merion High School

“Service is a huge part of my life and I am so lucky to have finally found a group of kids whose passion for service is exceptional. Together, the youth of Champions of Caring will change the world.”

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Rachael Small, Furness High School

“Champions of Caring is an amazing program to be part of. There aren’t many chances to meet people of different backgrounds that are trying to put an end to ignorance and hate. Champions gives us all that chance.”

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Steve Choc, School at Church Farm

“To me, service is exciting, motivating, and educational. When I help people, and see the difference that I can make, it allows me to see possibilities for a better community and nation. Possibilities give me excitement and motivation drives me forward.”

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Joanna McKee, Mount St. Joseph Academy

“Champions of Caring is an opportunity for people of all cultural and racial backgrounds to come together and make a difference. Together we can accomplish whatever we set our minds on.”

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Heather McKelvey, Martin Luther King High School

“The Champions of Caring retreat has empowered me to do things that I normally would just talk about.”

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Julie Miller, William Tennent High School

“Champions of Caring is such an extraordinary program. It recognizes those students who are real champions of our community. […]

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