Community Sunday


ALL-SCHOOL DAY OF SERVICE OUTREACH

Shine Your Light. That was the call to action answered by our community during this year’s all-school day of service outreach spearheaded by CH parents Amy Wachsberger and Lori Nelson. On a Sunday filled with sunshine, K-12 families gathered on campus to participate in activities ranging from writing heartfelt notes to residents of a local nursing facility to making bracelets with the CH Girl Scout Troop. Faculty and staff members joined in on the fun, too!

Together, our community packed 1,000 hygiene kits to be distributed to individuals experiencing homelessness via a partnership with MEND (Meet Each Need with Dignity), hosted a hugely popular clothing swap to raise funds for Hands 4 Haiti, and stuffed school supply packs for Operation School Bell. Also on the agenda: collecting books, sporting equipment, and baby supplies to support the Make Good Book Foundation, Hillsides, and St. Anne’s Family Services, respectively.

The upbeat music choices from DJ Nico J. ’23 kept participants energized while tasty treats from the bake sale supporting Navajo Water Projects and the lemonade stand benefiting the North Hollywood Interfaith Food Pantry kept everyone refreshed. Those wanting a perfect memento of the fun-filled day could purchase vibrantly decorated succulent planters, the proceeds of which benefited TreePeople.

All in all, it was a day full of heart, fun, and togetherness.

Questions?

Please contact Chaplain Joey Courtney with any questions.
4533 Laurel Canyon Blvd., Studio City, CA 91607
Phone 818.980.7280

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