Here are some things people are saying about Share:
Excellent Non Profit Organization
“Share is an excellent nonprofit organization in our community. Annually, they take time for our school wide sleeping bag project to bring awareness to homelessness. Students are able to practice 21st century skills such as collaborating, communicating, social skills, productivity, and leadership but overall they take pride in knowing that they helped make a sleeping bag that will keep someone warm at night.”
CBI Coordinator at Dempsey Middle School for the Delaware Area Career Center
Opportunity To Show Compassion
“Donna and the Share Project gives my students an opportunity to show compassion while focusing on team building creating sleeping bags out of recycled materials for the homeless.
Every year for the past 5 years, students of Buckeye Valley MS in Delaware have enjoyed assembling these bags and also donating items for Health kits for the homeless. Donna herself is an engaging and compassionate person. Students thoroughly enjoy the opportunity to learn from her and to also help individuals in critical need.
I appreciate the partnership developed with Donna and her foundation. We look forward to helping out every year.”
Mrs. Tina Francis, Teacher
Delaware Area Career Center and Buckeye Valley MS
A Great Experience
“My congregation was first introduced to the Share project when our youth group became involved as part of a community service project last spring. The teens had such a great experience sewing sleeping bags and making health kits that we decided to devote a summer Sunday school class so all the kids could participate.
We are still receiving donations of fabric, towels and toiletries to pass along… it seems that everyone wants to do their part. Each small act of generosity adds up to really make a difference.”
Excited to Help
“Our elementary school collected materials for the sleeping bags and toiletries. The students then volunteered during their recess time to assemble the health kits. They were so excited to help. They really understood that it is everyone’s responsibility to take care of others in need.
This is a great project for kids because it is so much more than just donating things- it gets them involved and empowers them to make a difference.”
Cheryl and Beth, Dublin, Ohio