Orange County volunteers say funds are scarce for graduating senior care packages

Monroe-Woodbury School District volunteers say efforts to provide care packages for the Class of 2020 are falling short.

News 12 Staff

May 14, 2020, 6:56 PM

Updated 1,470 days ago

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Monroe-Woodbury School District volunteers say efforts to provide care packages for the Class of 2020 are falling short.
News 12 is told organizers are trying to put together 552 boxes for Monroe-Woodbury seniors with goodies and handwritten letters, but unfortunately, only have enough for half of the class.
Efforts to raise the $25 needed for each box are lacking due to social distancing and a low turnout for fundraisers.
“We really wanted to make sure all 550 plus of our seniors were adopted and all got packages,” says volunteer Stephanie Conklin. “We’re committed to making the packages, but need help funding it from the community.”
To donate to the cause, please email 2020mwangp@gmail.com for further information.
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