Hanceville Elementary Outreach Program
Posted on 10/12/2018
Christmas Outreach Tee Shirt

Are you looking for a way to spread joy and the spirit of Christmas throughout the year while being a blessing to a local family?

Support Hanceville Elementary School’s Outreach Program. This program provides assistance to local families experiencing hardships.

Ways you can help…

Sponsor a child for Christmas- As a sponsor, you will be able to bless a child from your local community by donating Christmas. You will receive a “wish list” with clothing/shoe sizes and some ideas for presents. You are not required to get everything on the list. These presents are given directly to children from our community who may not get to experience the fun and excitement of opening presents this holiday season without the care and support of people like you.

Donate to the HES Outreach Program fund- This fund will be used to show love and support to students and their families in the Hanceville area.

Purchase a Christmas T-shirt- These adorable shirts are a great way to get into the Christmas spirit. Besides being cute and fun, the profits from these shirts will be used for the HES Outreach Program throughout the year! Get a form from school or on the HES Facebook page. Shirts need to be ordered by October 31st.

If you or someone you know wants to help, please contact Jessica Reeves, HVE school counselor at (256) 352-9196 or at jreeves@ccboe.org or Roxi Lee HVE teacher at 256-352-9196 and leave a message with the school secretary or

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April Tucker (Title IX Coordinator)

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