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Warsaw Volunteer Mission

On Saturday the 21st September, with the help of Mr. Mitchell and a group of eager volunteers,  Matthew, Zosia and myself from Year 12 organised our first soup kitchen with the Warsaw Volunteer Mission.

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We will be organising the soup kitchens on a regular basis as this will be our CAS project, for the IB Diplomas Creativity, Action and Service programme.

 

During these soup kitchens the volunteers from various year groups give out donated clothes as well as warm soup and sandwiches that the students prepare earlier in the morning. The Warsaw Volunteer Mission also provides other nutritious products such as drinks, chocolate spread and sweet treats that the Volunteers also distribute to the families in need. 

These soup kitchens help those most in need, as the families attending often cannot get their clothes or warm food on their own and are held once a month in Piaseczno. This is all made possible thanks to the Warsaw Volunteer Mission and the many  ambitious TBS Earsaw students who volunteer to help. 

 

Paweł

Year 12