St. Johns Country Day Student Body In September 2015, the entire St. Johns Country Day Upper School student body spent a day volunteering at several…Read More
Learning through service clubs at school, church youth ministries or by their own initiative, young people on the First Coast are nurturing the art of giving back, discovering early the joy charitable work can bring, particularly when it comes from a willing heart.
Christian Glover With a heart for those in need, high school student Christian Glover is not only running hard for the Bolles Cross Country team,…Read More
Grace Huie Concerned that her class might be left behind when the sixth-grade Leadership Council at Riverside Presbyterian Day School initiated a “Pennies for Patients”…Read More
Logan Franks As the culmination of a year-long fundraising effort spearheaded by Logan Franks of San Marco, water filters from Ecofiltro, a Guatemalan company, were…Read More
Catherine Maige During her four years at Bishop Kenny High School, Catherine Maige of Miramar had her hands in so many academic honor societies and…Read More
Casey Goodwin When it came to teaching their daughter how to give back, Casey Goodwin’s parents took to heart the essence of the Biblical proverb,…Read More
Maria Muzaurieta When Maria Muzaurieta of San Jose was a sophomore at Bolles she started the school’s Red Cross Club as a way to combine…Read More