It doesn’t take much to make a sandwich. But sandwiches are all it takes to help feed the hungry in our community.
On Wednesday, 29 January, Union High School’s Interact Club launched their long-anticipated ‘Love Sandwiches’ project.
This ongoing project will see the learners of the respective grades at Union compete to see who can make the most sandwiches in aid of this initiative.
In Wednesday’s register class period, sixty sandwiches were made by a group of eager Grade 12 learners who supported this project by donating the required items, making the sandwiches and wrapping them up to go.
This first batch of sandwiches was delivered on Wednesday afternoon to the soup kitchen at the East Street Congregational Church.
The convenor of the soup kitchen’s committee, Mrs Minah Koetaan, expressed her grateful thanks towards the Union learners for their donation.
Union High School extends its thanks to the Grade 12s and their register class teachers, Mrs Cathy Pringle and Mr Christopher Felix, for assisting them in this endeavour.
We look forward to seeing what the other grades deliver!