Warwick School District

Kissel Hill Student Council Gives Back to Warwick Community

The Kissel Hill Elementary Student Council, led by Student Council President, Carson Kramer and Student Council Vice President, Tim Jackson, created an ecommerce website, called Feed the Need Lititz, www.feedtheneedlititz.com which recently sold gift cards to local restaurants, one of the hardest hit industries during the pandemic. 

Student Council members together with their advisor, Mr. Will Maza negotiated a modest discount on the cards which the student council then turned into a donation for the Lititz recCenter's Community Partnership Fund.  

The service project raised over $2,600 to help both local restaurants and fellow community members in need.

A check in the amount of $494 was presented to the Lititz recCenter on Friday, June 4th, resulting from gift card sales as well as donations on the website Kissel Hill student council members created.   

The Lititz recCenter Community Partnership Fund provides access to safe and healthy activities for families in need.

Well done to the Kissel Hill students for assisting our Warwick community.