Carlmont students ‘Helping Humanity’

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Carlmont students ‘Helping Humanity’

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Students at Carlmont aim high to help all of humanity in any way that they can.

“The main goal of the Helping Humanity club is to help those in need through community service and group events,” said current president Erica Pak.

Some examples of their volunteer work that the club is currently focusing on include: the wildlife restoration project in San Mateo County, an event for the San Mateo Food Bank, and a fundraiser for the St. Jude Children’s Hospital, where they donate art supplies for children in Tennessee.

One past event this year was sending Valentine’s Day cards to soldiers deployed in Iraq.

“[I]t helped me realize that I have the ability to give to the less fortunate in the area in addition to those around the world,” explained Pak.

If students are interested in helping and volunteering their talents and time for good causes, they should inquire about the club by talking to its members.

The club  has grown to 33 registered members and meets every Wednesday in room A2. The club’s adviser, Ms. Langkusch, can also provide more information.

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