Lemont’s Student Council collecting funds to benefit “Pencils of Promise”
Lemont High School’s Student Council is kicking off the new year by collecting funds to help an organization that supports education around the world. From January 14-17, members of the Student Council will collect money during lunch periods to benefit Pencils of Promise. Students, staff and community members also can donate online through January 31. Each $25 of donations earns the school a chance for a visit from pop superstar Justin Bieber.
Click here to donate online!
Pencils of Promise is an international non-profit organization that believes every child should have access to quality education. Established in 2008 with the goal of building one school, Pencils of Promise has broken ground on more than 100 schools. The organization creates schools and programs around the goal of educating all children.
Pencils of Promise Web Site
Student Council members will collect money during all lunch periods from Monday, January 14, through Thursday, January 17.
Lemont High School’s Student Council is sponsored by art teacher Elizabeth Raimondi
For more information, contact Director of School and Community Relations Tony Hamilton
at (630) 243-3280.