Masonic Angels Deliver for Independence House

Backpacks and Chromebooks for children in need...
Independence House teen counselors Cassie (L) and Molly (C) greet the Masonic Angel Foundation's Hunter Crossman (R) with a delivery of backpacks and Chromebooks for children in need. (Donna Giberti photo)

From the Masonic Angel Foundation and Independence House:

The Masonic Angel Foundation's intrepid 16 year old volunteer was at it again Friday. On Thursday the Masonic Angels received an urgent request from Independence House for backpacks and also for some laptops for the kids in their emergency shelter to use. MAF volunteers procured those items Thursday afternoon and Hunter Crossman delivered them to the ladies at Independence House Friday morning. 

Here are some words from Independence House's Donna Giberti:

"Hunter, the Masonic Angel Foundation's super hero volunteer of the day, made a special delivery of needed backpacks for the Independence House school drive along with 6 laptop Chromebooks that will be allocated to children and teens residing at the Independence House Emergency Domestic and Sexual Violence Confidential Shelter. Independence House child and teen counselors Cassie (left) and Molly (center) were on hand to welcome Hunter and accept this fantastic donation."

Hunter is a rising junior at Sturgis Charter Public School and will continue to practice his super hero volunteer skills for the MAF during the school year.


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