August in Review — Our summer wraps up
We had a busy August at Project Legacy.
From preparing youth for the upcoming school season, to weekly writer’s workshops to fun summer outings, we were reminded again of the importance of our community.
Our community is one of unconditional love, listening ears and a network of support — all things you, our donors, volunteers and friends, help us provide on a consistent basis.
This month we had a donation of backpacks, school supplies, and needed materials for our young middle school girls. You stepped up, showed up, and showered us with support.
Take a look at our month in pictures and stay tuned as we gear up for another exciting school year. Have a wonderful week ahead and a blessed, safe Labor Day with your friends and family.
1) We saw Fiddler on the roof.
2) We traveled to Los Angeles for the annual Homeboy Industries Annual Gathering.
Read the recap here.
3) We received 83 backpacks with school supplies from Mayo Clinic.
Thank you, Mayo Clinic employees!
4) We took a first generation college student to freshman orientation at UW-Madison.
5) We continued our Project Legacy Writer’s Workshop with Bryan Lund.
6) Pizza, music and friends at Blossom Hill Farm.
7) Received generous back-to-school donations for middle school youth from our community.
See the thank you video here.