Volunteers from these organizations prepared and brought some fun, chemistry oriented science projects for the kiddos to experiment with.
Thanks to these volunteers for making the day special for our Madison kids!
Thanks to the generous donations of individual community members and organizations such as the OU Chapter of the Alpha Kappa Delta International Sociology Honor Society, CASP has been able to provide 500 meals to hungry children attending our programs since March.
Each meal that we put together includes a variety of foods that are easy for children to open and prepare. We do our best to put together meals that are healthy and non-perishable. (See below for an example meal that includes ravioli, raisins, pudding, fruit snacks and juice.)
CASP plans to continue providing meals through the end of the semester and hopes to provide meals during the summer as well. If you are interested in assisting with this effort, you may drop off donations at our administrative office at 1023 N. Flood Avenue, or contact us via email at email@example.com for more information.
FOOD WISH LIST
Individual Servings: Shelf-stable milk, microwavable vegetable singles, 100% fruit juice.
On March 29th, CASP Be Smart Club members presented “Awards of Excellence” to Be Smart Club Members at Kennedy Elementary. Funded in part by United Way of Norman, AmeriCorps Oklahoma, CASP and various grants from the state and city, the Be Smart Club operates a homework help club and tutoring program at Kennedy to help students achieve and perform to the best of their ability. We want to honor the hard work and dedication that these Kennedy students have put in this past year!