MT. Lebanon (KDKA) – Junior high school students in the Pittsburgh region play their part in helping children in need due to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
Those kids raised money at the Mount Lebanon Farmers Market.
Our own Christine Sorensen and her son Vincent started a club at one of Mount Lebanon Middle Schools, hoping to help the Ukrainian people.
Due to their efforts, their group has joined forces with other junior high schools to raise more than $ 3,000 for “Save the Children-Ukraine” so far.
“I was lucky to be able to live here and probably not part of the war, so I wanted to help them so they could actually survive,” said one of the volunteers, Anna Maria Alistegi. Said.
Kristine was rewarded for donating $ 10,000 from our parent company, Paramount, to a charity of her choice.
Half go to Ukrainian children and the other half go to the “My Voice” program at “Variety-Children’s Charity”.
Middle school students in Mount Lebanon collect money for Ukrainian children
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