INTERACT Community Service Club
INTERACT Community Service Club Executive Board
Advisors: Ms. Maureen Kelly and Mrs. Josephine Testa
President: Daniella Green
Vice President: Daisy Elias
Treasurer: Austin Liao
Public Relations: Alex Angellini
Google Classroom Code: m7ijnj
New members always welcomed.
Questions: Visit Office 94-A during lunch or after school
SERVICE PROJECTS: There are ongoing projects that run throughout the year. Additionally, we have one time projects. Information for one time events may be found on our Google Classroom.
Chair: Simon Zhang
Pencils of Promise provides schools and quality education to third world countries, such as Ghana, Nicaragua, Guatemala, and Laos. Pencils of Promise gives all of its money towards these schools. Our goal is to raise $1,000 this year through fundraisers and personal donations.
Chair: Shaina Nasrin
Chairs: Adriana Warnickle
To promote, encourage and develop a strong relationship with the seniors in our local community through positive and meaning interactions. We will visit local nursing homes in the area.
Chairs: Madison Moran
Community Connect is working to create a partnership with the teachers within the Plainfield school district in order to provide resources for elementary students and improve their quality of education. We have “adopted” two fourth grade classes and two first grade classes. The teachers of these classes will work directly with us in order to give us an idea of their needs in the classroom. Through INTERACT, we will fundraise for supplies that will be sent directly to the classes as well as form relationships with the Plainfield students by sending letters, video conferencing, and attending Plainfield events/bringing them to WHRHS events.
Chair: Josette Sapia
Habitat for Humanity's mission ensures everyone has access to safe, secure, and affordable housing. They accomplish this mainly by utilizing volunteers to help build houses in addition to running various fundraising ventures.
Chair: Sujay Boyapalli
Homefirst delivers comprehensive solutions to homelessness by providing transitional, supportive and permanent housing, homeless prevention assistance, and family support services to strengthen families and build communities.
Chair: Nicole Miller
Home for good dogs is
Chair: Payton Carn
The goal of Kids Like Us is to mentor and improve the lives of local students who do not have access to the same resources as we do. The Martin Luther King Youth Center was created as a community -based nonprofit whose mission is to bring volunteers who donate their time and resources to enrich the lives of the Center's target audience.
Chairs: Grace Scali
Matheny is a special hospital and learning center for children and adults with medically complex developmental disabilities and has a comprehensive outpatient center meeting the health care needs of people with all types of disabilities in the community. We primarily volunteer weekly on Sundays from 1-3 PM at a Matheny group home in Basking Ridge, however, there are also opportunities at the main campus in Peapack. This year we are focusing on donating items to the group home in addition to weekly volunteer sessions in small groups of three to five students. To become a volunteer, you must receive an orientation at the main campus that we will coordinate. If you wish to volunteer in the winter, you will need proof of a flu shot. Please contact us (email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org) if you are interested!
Our mission: To volunteer alongside the patients at Matheny to enhance their experience at the center/group home in any way we can.
Important dates: Orientations are required for volunteers and will be scheduled as soon as we have a complete list of members interested in participating. Expect orientations to take place in mid-late October and early-mid November. Also, proof of flu vaccination is needed by November 1st.
Chairs: Arshia Agrawal
Chair: Gordon Chou
Chair: Maahi Manek
Urban Revival provides tutoring to kids in neighboring urban communities.