child with hygiene kit in bag

— South Aiken Presbyterian Church, SC

Corey, age 12, shares about South Aiken's project:

"At South Aiken Presbyterian Church in Aiken, SC, our Team Kid and Sunday Night Live groups (our kids 4K – 5th grade) assembled hygiene kits for Presbyterian Disaster Assistance. Each kid brought in supplies for the kits and then everybody sorted and bagged them.

Our church’s Presbyterian Women decided to help as well. They donated the materials for 25 complete kits and money to help with the shipping costs. All together we assembled 50 hygiene kits.

We did it because we felt it was a good cause and one of our members has an aunt, uncle, and cousins who live in Hattiesburg, Mississippi where they just had a large tornado that destroyed Westminster Presbyterian church. Also we have packed hygiene kits and school supply kits before. That’s how and why we assembled 50 hygiene kits for Presbyterian Disaster Assistance."

Thank you to Aiken's children, your leaders, and Presbyterian women for blessing others through this mission.  Thank you, Corey, for sharing your story with others.


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