AAW Service projects!

All Are Worthy

Before we shine line on what our kids have done to serve our community we would like to wish you all a happy new year! The kids worked tremendously hard during the holidays to make sure others felt loved. They went to Walmart to shop for and pack Thanksgiving meal boxes. A few of our guys also shopped for and assembled hygiene bags for kids in our community. We were excited to partner with Alcoa Schools Family Resource Center on these projects! We worked with H.O.M.E. Inc. who does a Christmas gathering every year at the MLK Center. We helped decorate tables for the event and we had a great time doing it! We ended the year working with Mario Burnett and his family in the first annual toy drive at the MLK center where families were able to attend for free and shop for gifts, while also getting haircuts, face painting and making Christmas crafts.

Here we are at Walmart buying the supplies needed to fill our Thanksgiving meal boxes!

After the shopping was done it was time to put the items in our crafted boxes we made prior to going to Walmart.

The Second Harvest adventure was one of our favorites. We surprisingly had a great time putting Cheerios in bags. We are so excited to be returning there soon.

Here we are helping the H.O.M.E Inc tradition of lighting the MLK center and decorating the tables for their community Christmas party.

Here we are at the toy drive doing arts and crafts with the kids! It was such a great time serving the community. In everything we do for our community, it is important that we do it together. These events define just what All Are Worthy is about. It is not only a community of kids gathering each week, but our AAW family helping the community we are all a part of!