Dream Day Foundation donates ‘Dream Bags’


Courtesy of the
Dream Day Foundation

The Dream Day Foundation partnered with Kroger in their Zero Hunger Program by donating 50 bags of nonperishable items for selected families with school aged children in Auburn and Opelika. We are thankful for our volunteers from the community and members of St. Dunstan Episcopal Church who graciously prepared the bags and delivered to the 50 families.

These nonperishable items were placed in large brown paper bags and decorated thanks to members of the Boys and Girls Club and Dream Day Members Jordan Sankey and Angel Jones. The purpose of the Dream Bags is to let families know that we are concerned not only about their physical needs but their mental and spiritual needs as well.

These students used their creativity to decorate each bag with beautiful artwork and words of inspiration with positive quotes, poems and motivating words for the families. The families that received these bags showed great appreciation and thanks. The Dream Day Foundation is hoping to continue this project in the future.

Photos courtesy of the
Dream Day Foundation


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