Andre Sababllette, West Catholic

“The difference is made by all of us. It is the combination of our service that makes an impact on the community.”

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Diane Soto, Roxborough High

“When many more teenagers bring a smile to a lonely, elderly face, they show the community care and concern. It also encourages the community to want to keep something like this going on and inspires more teenagers to do the same.”

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Kaitlin Kennedy, Archbishop Wood

“Helping others and making other people smile is the one thing that truly makes me happy. I believe that we have all been given certain gifts, but they are not for us. We need to share them with each other and use them to help one another.”

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Lauren Hospador, St. Pius X

“How great was it for me to be the giver and to see the appreciation in each child’s face. These images encourage me to keep service a part of my life.”

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Stephen Hoffner-McCall, Cardinal O’Hara

“Through community service, I have learned that when you help one person, that person learns that people do care about them. That person or group will pass this understanding to the next person or group and so on. […]

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Raquel Hoffman, Neshaminy

“Giving my time to make others feel good is a feeling difficult to describe. I decided to start a Pen-Pal program between Israeli and American students.”

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Nicole Harris Furness

“There is no doubt in my mind that no amount (of money) can equal the feeling you get when you guide children in the right direction.”

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Sharae Graham, Archbishop Prendergast

“I believe taking responsibility of the futures of young children and educating youths is the best way to help others.”

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Monica Anne DiSipio, Merion Mercy

“To me, service is an essential part of life. People need to be served and helped. There are too many people in this world who need help for me to ignore the problem to simply say there is too much to be done. […]

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Erin Clark, St. Huberts

“Seeing the injustice and inequality has impelled me to try to correct these problems in any and all ways possible. I also know that service is a necessary and integral part of any complete life and that I would not be who I am today if I did not serve.”

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