Heart to Heart

Plymouth students pitch in to help Project Angel Hugs share the love for Valentine’s Day

Plymouth School District students made thousands of valentines for Project Angel Hugs to send to more than 300 children throughout the United States who have cancer.

Parkview Elementary School (above) set a goal to make 2,000 valentines in three days. With the help of students, staff and Parkview families, the school was able to donate 4,218 valentines!

In addition, Plymouth High School students created more than 300 valentines in their classes, in study halls, and during down time on exam days.

The Plymouth High School wrestling team reached out to support their community by gathering at Project Angel Hugs one day last month to provide Valentine hugs to children with cancer (photos at left).

The wrestlers stamped Valentine boxes, signed Valentine cards and hauled boxes for storage.

More than 250 gift packages will be shipped all over the United States to cancer patients and their siblings. Last year more than 64,000 Valentines from angels all over the world were delivered.

Chari Perl, the director of Project Angel Hugs, helps organize local groups from area schools that volunteer to help create the packages that are sent out on each holiday and birthday.

Those interested in helping out Project Angel Hugs should contact www.projectangelhugs.com.

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