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How Malvern is Making a Difference During the Holidays

Teaching children the importance of giving back and helping others from a young age can be very powerful in shaping their character values as they grow, especially when they have opportunities to participate in philanthropic activities hands on. That’s why philanthropy is a core element of our curriculum at The Malvern School throughout the year and during the holiday season.

From Thanksgiving through the winter holidays, each of our schools organize their own charitable efforts, enabling our young friends, families and staff to make an impact on their local communities. Year after year, we’re humbled by everyone’s generosity and are amazed at what a difference we can make together.

Among the highlights so far this year:

The Malvern School of Richboro donating 204 pounds of food to the Emergency Relief Association, a nonprofit dedicated to serving those in need throughout Lower Bucks County.

The Malvern School of Marlton hosting a Pajama Day and raising $815 for Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.

Check out all of the ways our schools are making a difference and see if there is still time to donate to your school’s initiative!

–The Malvern School of Blue Bell collected new pajamas, stuffed animals, books and blankets to benefit Laurel House – an organization dedicated to ending domestic violence.

–The Malvern School of Collegeville is collecting winter items for families in need through Cradles to Crayons through January 1, 2021.

–The Malvern School of Downingtown participated in the Community Youth and Women’s Alliance (CYWA) Angel Tree program, enabling families to “adopt” a child from the organization and shop from their wish list.

–The Malvern School of Erial collected canned goods and clothing items for families through The Unforgotten Haven, whose mission is to help the less fortunate.

–The Malvern School of Frazer is collecting winter clothing items for area children in need through Cradles to Crayons.

–The Malvern School of Freehold collected non-perishables for families in need that will be donated to the Freehold Area Open Door, an interfaith agency that provides emergency food and other support.

–The Malvern School of Glen Mills collected non-perishables to benefit the Delaware County Food Pantry.

–The Malvern School of Horsham “adopted” a family whose mom has glioblastoma brain cancer and collected money and items for the family.

–The Malvern School of King of Prussia collected non-perishable items for families in need to donate to the Montgomery County Food Bank. They are also collecting donations of winter items through Cradles to Crayons through December 22.

–The Malvern School of Lionville collected non-perishables for families in need to benefit the Chester County Food Bank.

–The Malvern School of Malvern hosted a toy drive benefitting Coolshoes INC – a nonprofit dedicated to supporting economically disadvantaged children and their families. Malvern’s staff also participated in the Adopt-A-Child program at St. Patrick Church in Malvern.

–The Malvern School of Marlboro collected pajamas and books for infants through teens and donated them to The Pajama Program.

–The Malvern School of Medford “adopted” a family through the Legacy Treatment Center and collected toys and clothing for each of the family’s three children.

–The Malvern School of Montgomeryville is collecting non-perishable food items to show kindness to the community through Manna on Main Street through December 23.

–The Malvern School of Newtown Square collected new pajamas and books for infants through teens to benefit The Pajama Program.

–The Malvern School of Oaks collected pajamas for children ages 6 months to 10 years to benefit Cradles to Crayons.

–The Malvern School of Robbinsville collected toys and other items for foster families and donated them to the Fountain of Life Foster Children Toy Drive.

–The Malvern School of Royersford participated in the Angel Tree program, collecting toys for children in need in the Pottstown area.

–The Malvern School of Upper Gwynedd is collecting winter clothing for Cradles to Crayons January 11-22, 2021.

–The Malvern School of Voorhees collected non-perishables for families in need to benefit the Cherry Hill Food Pantry.

–The Malvern School of Warrington collected pajamas sizes 6 months through 10 to donate to The Pajama Program.

–The Malvern School of Washington Township is collecting new toys for Toys for Tots.

–The Malvern School of West Norriton collected diapers, baby wash, baby shampoo and baby lotion for Cradles to Crayons.

 

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