Naperville, Ill. (Dec. 11, 2013) – On Dec. 11, students from Chesterbrook Academy Elementary School in Naperville presented a Food Drive Christmas tree to the Humanitarian Service Project to help underprivileged seniors and children in DuPage and Kane Counties. Students collected a variety of items such as canned fruits and vegetables, boxes of oatmeal and macaroni and cheese to create the tree. At the donation event, a representative from the Humanitarian Service Project thanked students and picked up the food-inspired Christmas tree.
The mission of the Humanitarian Service Project is to alleviate pain and suffering that poverty brings to needy seniors and children living in DuPage and Kane Counties. For more information, visit www.humanitarianservice.org.
About Chesterbrook Academy Elementary School
Chesterbrook Academy Elementary School in Naperville, Ill., is part of Nobel Learning Communities, Inc., a national network of more than 185 nonsectarian private schools, including preschools, K-8 and high schools in 17 states across the nation. Chesterbrook Academy locations provide high quality private education, with small class sizes, caring and skilled teachers and attention to individual learning styles. They also offer before and after school care and summer camp. For more information on Chesterbrook Academy, or to find a school near you, please visit naperville.chesterbrookacademy.com.