Care to Learn - Hazelwood was established in 2014 as the 17th Care to Learn Chapter. It currently serves students in partnership with the Hazelwood School District, which educates more than 17,000 students.
In addition to filling health, hunger, and hygiene needs, the Care to Learn - Hazelwood provides a backpack program for 115 students on average weekly.
They are thankful to be able to support so many students by partnering with several generous organizations in the community.
Care to Learn - Hazelwood
- $61,605.46 = Total Amount Spent to Meet Students’ Needs
- 10,033 = Total Number of Student Needs Met
- $6.14 = Average Cost to Meet A Student’s Need
Christian is the Chapter Liaison for the Care to Learn - Hazelwood Chapter. She also serves as the Coordinator of Health Services for the Hazelwood School District.
As a Liaison for the Hazelwood Chapter, Christian works within the Hazelwood School District to ensure student’s basic needs are being met and to raise funds to ensure Care to Learn – Hazelwood continues its mission.
Christian loves Care to Learn. When what Care to Learn meant to her, she said, “Much. It has been a lifeline to many of our students and allowed parents to care for their children respectfully and quickly when they are low on hope. Care to Learn has allowed students who have dealt with uncertainty and fear to connect back into the school setting and know that they are not at this alone.”
Meeting the Need
Care to Learn - Hazelwood works with the Hazelwood School District to fill these health, hunger, and hygiene needs for students:
Eye exam and glasses
Mental health services
Pest control services
Weekend food bags (Pre K – 6th)
Food pantry (7th – 12th)
Household cleaning supplies
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