We are beyond thrilled to extend our heartfelt thanks to the incredible team at Copenhagen Central School District’s Cornell Cooperative Extension 4-H Youth Development Program!
This donation to the Children’s Home of Jefferson County’s After School Program Coordinator, Jaira Jenkins, on behalf of the Jefferson County Hygiene Collective, reminds us of the immense power of collective efforts to combat hygiene poverty in our community. Together, we are breaking down barriers and ensuring everyone has access to essential hygiene products they deserve.
The heartwarming lesson here is that no one is ever too young to make an impact on their community. Our children are not just the future; they are the driving force behind positive change today!
Thank you once again, Copenhagen Central School District’s 4-H Program and everyone involved in this wonderful donation.
Your kindness will ripple through our community, touching the lives of many, and inspiring others to join us in this mission.
Let’s keep working together, uplifting one another, and creating a brighter, cleaner, and more equitable future for all.