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Assistance League’s generosity empowers Woodland students in need

The Columbian
Published: April 27, 2024, 5:40am

WOODLAND – The Family Community Resource Center of Woodland Public Schools is thanking Assistance League of Southwest Washington for its commitment and support of students in need. The Assistance League donated socks, leggings and more than $1,000 worth of shoes for Woodland students in need.

“Their donations and ongoing partnership has made a significant impact on the lives of our students, as proper attire is crucial for students’ self-esteem and academic success,” said Jonathan King, coordinator of the Family Community Resource Center. “By providing warm clothing and comfortable shoes, the Assistance League has empowered our students to focus on their studies without worrying about basic necessities.”

“We are deeply grateful for the Assistance League’s kindness,” said King. “Their support directly benefits our students, fostering a positive learning environment.”