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NC’s National Honor Society (NHS) recently started accepting donations towards March of Dimes, an organization that helps improve the health of mothers and their children. All donations will go towards any research to help prevent premature birth and any birth defects. Find an NHS member with a purple bucket and donate your loose change today!

Purple buckets galore

Maddie Dean, Reporter, Photographer
April 18, 2019
NC’s new club Girls Who Code hosted a “Snuggle Drive” for homeless people and gathered blankets, socks, jacket, and other warm winter items to donate. To everyone’s dismay, the drive ended with only four homerooms participating. Devastated, the club will regretfully host a promised doughnut party for the first period with the most items. “I just find it really disgusting that people will take time out of their day to stand in line for $300 shoes, or the new iPhone, but they will not use their time to go to Goodwill and buy a $10 blanket or socks for homeless people who have the bare minimum. It takes a celebrity to donate for anyone to do anything,” junior Zoe Brown said.

Snuggle Drive sadness

Rachel Maxwell, Social Media Manager
December 14, 2018
Interact Club encourages NC students to donate hygiene items to the homeless, collecting donations through September 22nd in room 210. The club partnered up with MUST Ministries to provide necessary products to those in need. Several club member begin to bring in donations, filling several bags.

Interact Club partners up with MUST Ministries

Natalia Alvarez, Reporter, Photographer
September 17, 2017
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