Fort Couch Middle School’s “Crafting for a Cause” Club Helps Pittsburgh C.A.T., Children’s Hospital, and Asbury Heights!
The Fort Couch 7th grade club, “Crafting for a Cause,” has completed three projects so far this school year. Students made fleece blankets to donate to Pittsburgh C.A.T., a part of the Homeless Cat Management Team; created Halloween cards for patients at Children's Hospital; and made Thanksgiving decorations for residents of Asbury Heights.
Many thanks to the Fort Couch PTSO for funding these projects!
Pictured from top to bottom on this page:
1. The “Crafting for a Cause” club members show the fleece blankets they made for foster kittens.
2. Carmela Martin works on a Halloween card for a patient at Children's Hospital.
3. Madison Milone assembles a Thanksgiving wreath for a resident at Asbury Heights.
4. Madison Milone, Gabby Caudill, and Morgan Meddings (back row, left to right) along with Emily Roman and Angela Xiao (front row) show off their Thanksgiving decorations for the residents of Asbury Heights.