Gentleman's Club members collected more than 930 pairs of gloves to distribute in the community.
Throughout Colonial School District, students and staff find ways to make differences in our classrooms, schools and community.
Their acts help Colonial serve as a warm and welcoming place where children feel safe and comfortable while learning their academics -- as well as providing opportunities for students to learn how to contribute to the greater good.
These are some of their stories.
Colonial Middle School Teacher Ansley Dawidziuk was one of twelve people named a Best Buddies Champion for eastern Pennsylvania.
At Whitemarsh Elementary, each class brought in a specific item to fill 20+ food baskets for Thanksgiving as part of the school's annual WE Serves project.
Colonial School District raised more than $5,000 related to Breast Cancer Awareness in October.
Colonial Elementary School marked their first anniversary as a No Place For Hate School by continuing their commitment to respecting differences and being kind.
The PW UNICEF Club teamed with Whitemarsh Elementary to raise money for needy children around the world through Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF.
More than 65 PWHS students came together to create a Friends of Rachel Club and brainstorm ways to spread kindness in their school.
Family event related to District's Rachel's Challenge initiative encouraged students to spread kindness through making kindness rocks and participating in interactive read alouds about kindness.
Students at Conshohocken Elementary School are collecting used sneakers that help people in developing nations, as well as families in the United States dealing with pediatric cancer.
Plymouth Elementary School staff welcomed the East Norriton Police and their pink police car to kick off Breast Cancer Awareness Month in the Colonial School District.
Members of the PW Service Club recently spent nine days of their summer vacation in a return visit to a rural K-6 school outside of Tecpán, Guatemala.
On an early Sunday morning in June, students from the PWHS Ronald McDonald Club volunteered for a Chef Guest breakfast at the Chestnut Street Ronald McDonald House in Philadelphia.
Congratulations to PE for being the top elementary school fundraiser in the country for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.
New Simon's Heart club donated an AED to Plymouth Whitemarsh High School to coincide with the American Heart Association's CPR/AED Awareness Week, June 1-7.
Keep an eye out for rocks decorated with inspirational messages in various languages to celebrate kindness and diversity.