Students raise funds for those in need

Students in the Archdiocese of Louisville raised money to help the needy throughout the community

Students at St. Albert the Great School collected close to 200 packs of diapers and close to $1,000 during National Catholic Schools Week observed Jan. 28 to Feb. 3. The money and diapers will benefit St. Bernadette Diaper Bank which serves needy families.

Students at the St. Paul School raised close to $700 for the Kentucky Humane Society (KHS) by having students bring in $2 for a dress down day in January. The school presented the check to the KHS, on Feb. 9.

During Sacred Heart Model School’s annual “Change for Change” event, students collected buckets of coins that totaled close to $7,000. They raise money every year for non-profit charities, and this year, they are donating the money to Louisville Grows, Catholic Charities, the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, and Water with Blessings. 

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