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Kindness Week

Join GJHP and Central's Student Council to help with special service projects for Fill A Heart 4 Kids, February 7-15 in the Oasis and Young!

Join GJHP and Central School's Student Council for service projects in support of Fill a Heart 4 Kids. 

You can help starting February 7 as we make Spring Break Snack Bag Tags and Positive Affirmation Friendship Bracelets to cheer up homeless youth and foster children. See below for details!

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Kindness Week

Lunchtime Opportunities

February 7-14 at Lunch (Oasis): Get an Early Start on Kindness Week by joining us in the Oasis during lunch to decorate tags for snack bags!

February 15 at Lunch (Young Auditorium): Come to Young during your lunchtime to help pack all the snack bags and attach the decorated tags!

After School Oasis Opportunities

February 7, 3:30-5: Decorate Tags for Snack Bags!

February 14, 3:30-5: Make Inspirational Friendship Bracelets for "Fill A Heart" Kids!

Plus: Show Friendship and Kindness by Wearing Pink or Red on February 14!

Please also consider donating items for the Snack Bags HERE! 

Bracelet supplies will be provided by GJHP.

We are also seeking Parent Volunteers to help supervise the project in Young Auditorium during lunch hours on Thursday, February 15 (either 10-12 or 12-2). Sign-Up HERE!


About Fill a Heart 4 Kids


Fill a Heart 4 Kids provides homeless, at risk, and foster children food, critical necessities, life skills & educational support to empower & Build Brighter Futures 4 Kids!    

The Fill a Heart 4 Kids "Goal" is for homeless youth and foster children to heal, feel valued and receive critical resources and opportunities from the community to achieve Brighter Futures 4 Kids!   

In 2008, FAH4K started igniting hope with Project Valentine WeCare Packages™ to help children living in group facilities feel loved and remembered on Valentine's Day and other holidays. FAH4K gained 501(c)(3) status in 2015, broadening its ability to support at-risk Illinois youth. Today, FAH4K supports over 2,400 foster and homeless children annually by providing critical necessities, food, clothing, educational support, life skills opportunities, and enriching hands-on volunteer opportunities to "Build Brighter Futures 4 Kids".

Find out more at

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