Key Club Polar Plunge March 13

Polar Plunge, Key Club, Duxbury, Rexhame beachTake the Key Club Polar Plunge on March 13. Get wet and wild this Sunday for a great cause!

Join Marshfield High School Key Club members, family and friends as they brave the icy waves of Rexhame beach, Marshfield, at 9 AM on March 13th 2016, and raise money for our Norwell shelter.

Your donation helps fund shelter renovations

Proceeds from the Plunge will help fund the Club’s “extreme makeover” of family shelter units at the Friends of the Homeless of the South Shore’s Norwell facility.

“We are delighted to be working with the Marshfield High Key Club on an Extreme Makeover this spring,” says Herb Newell, Executive Director of Friends of the Homeless of the South Shore. “Michelle Herwono and her leadership team have done a phenomenal job planning and preparing to improve the living spaces for our guests. We look forward to working with them soon.”

Want to make a difference, without getting wet?

–Make a donation online via credit card at https://www.friendsofhomeless.org
–Sign up to be a volunteer or email Dorothy Newell. Volunteer Coordinator at info@friendsofhomeless.org.

What Key Club Does

Marshfield Key Club is a volunteer club for high school students sponsored by Kiwanis of Marshfield. Members help out at events in Marshfield and surrounding communities. Their major events include decorating and running the MHS Homecoming and helping Kiwanis sell Christmas trees at the Fairground. For more information visit the Marshfield Key Club site.

Helping Families in Transition

Friends of the Homeless of the South Shore helps homeless families by providing temporary shelter, furniture, education, and advocacy. We work with dozens of volunteers from local churches, businesses, community groups and individuals to help parents and children in transition. Our goals are to help these families.

  • Build stronger relationships
  • Secure education and employment opportunities
  • Find safe and affordable permanent housing
  • Work toward self-sufficiency to end the cycle of homelessness

 

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