JUMP Club at Travis Ranch holds donation drive to benefit local families experiencing homelessness

JUMP club at Travis.

During the month of April, Travis Ranch School’s Junior Upcoming Medical Professionals (JUMP) Club organized a “baby shower” to benefit families living at H.I.S. House in Placentia. H.I.S. House, which stands for Homeless Intervention Shelter and House,¬†assists individuals experiencing homelessness to regain self-sufficiency.

To add to the competitive spirit, students could dedicate their donation to a Travis Ranch teacher as part of the “Diaper Challenge.” The winning teacher, Mr. Plunkett, was a great sport and gladly wore an adorable baby costume for an entire day!

In total, the students collected 800 diapers, 3,188 baby wipes, 5 baby monitors, 2 bottles of baby laundry soap, 8 bottles/sippy cups, 9 tubs of formula, 5 jars of baby food, 63 clothing items, and 14 pairs of socks.

Way to go, Trailblazers!

The winning teacher, Mr. Plunkett

The winning teacher, Mr. Plunkett, dressed up in support of the “baby shower” donation drive.

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