Helping Students in needThank you for your generosity! There are several ways you can help students in need. Donate clothing, food, computers, school supplies or money. The following organizations help our Lunsford Middle School students:Clothing- Share House. Share House is a free, community exchange/giveaway of clothing. Donations of clean, gently used clothing and shoes can be made the Sunday before the first Monday of every month. They are taken at Pleasant Valley United Methodist Church Community Outreach Center, 25350 Poland Road, Chantilly, VA 20152 (behind Sheetz) from 1PM to 3PM. Their facebook page is https://www.facebook.com/Sharehousedullessouth?ref=bookmarksFood- Dulles South Food Pantry The Dulles South Food Pantry takes donations of food and toiletries on the Arcola United Methodist Church property at 24757 Evergreen Mills Road, Dulles, VA 20166. Donations can be made Mondays and Wednesdays from 10AM to 11:30AM and Monday nights from 7PM to 8PM. See their webpage at www.dsfp.org for a listing of needed items.Computers- South Riding Rotary Club The Rotary Club of South Riding is taking old laptops in working condition and wiping them clean and re-loading them for use by our students. Donations are accepted at Lunsford or Freedom High School during the school day. Please contact me to arrange a drop off.Eyeglasses- South Riding Lions Club, collect used eyeglasses. They also help us purchase glasses for students in need. You can drop used eyeglasses off in the front offices of Lunsford.School Supplies- Donate directly to Lunsford, or order a SchoolKidz school supplies kit through the PTA. See my school supplies website for items used by middle school students. Donations can be made during the school day. Please contact me.Money- Donate directly to Lunsford. Monies are used to help students in need in academic areas, purchase school supplies, attend school functions or help in emergency situations. You can write a check to Lunsford, put "parent liaison account" in the memo. Donations can be made during the school day.
Last Modified on April 13, 2015