The Spring Hill High School Volunteer Club is the recipient of a $6,500 Noble Cause grant. Only 104 high schools, higher education institutions and nonprofits in the nation received a community improvement grant, to mobilize volunteers to address challenges facing their community.
“This grant will provide more opportunities for our students to participate in service learning. This club benefits our students, families and community,” said Lynda Jochims, co-leader of the Volunteer Club.
The Volunteer Club is student-driven. They select, organize, implement and reflect on projects to fulfill their mission. Students gain valuable skills and a commitment to contribute to society.