Big Bend ASB Officers Give Back to New Hope for Third Year
For the third year, Big Bend Community College Associated Student Body (ASB) officers assembled and delivered 100 emergency hygiene support kits to the New Hope Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault services.
"ASB students do a community service project every year and for the past couple of years, they've helped New Hope Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault services here in Moses Lake," said Tiffany Fondren, communications coordinator. "They also serve people all over the county."
Each kit is packed with deodorant, a wash cloth, body soap, shampoo and conditioner, a toothbrush and toothpaste, hair ties, a hair brush, socks and lotion. New Hope runs a 24 hour crisis line and also provides medical, legal and community advocacy for victims.
"We're really very proud of our officers for wanting to continue this project every year. Take the time out, gather all the items, put them together and donate them. When they drop them off, they get to meet the New Hope staff and it's very eye opening for them," said Fondren.