West Seattle giving: Holidays 4 Hope students’ special delivery

(Photos by Nick Adams for WSB)
That pile of presents awaits kids at a South Park Community Center celebration today – thanks in no small part to the work of two Chief Sealth International High School seniors. We first told you last month about the toy drive Clint Hewitt and Conrad Hill organized as their senior project, Holidays 4 Hope. On Friday, like Santa Claus, they delivered what they had collected:

That’s SPCC’s Carmen Martinez hugging Conrad as Clint unloads more of the 425 toys they collected, donated by West Seattleites, schoolchildren to shop patrons:

At the center, volunteers were wrapping the presents soon to be received by excited kids:

Decorations were going up too – below right, Maja Hansen was working with volunteers from the Health Perspectives group:

Clint and Conrad had donation bins at 3 local businesses and 2 schools while collecting the toys they just delivered.

Though Holidays 4 Hope’s toy drive is over, lots of West Seattle giving opportunities remain – some listed in the WSB Holidays Guide

3 Replies to "West Seattle giving: Holidays 4 Hope students' special delivery"

  • awesome December 15, 2012 (9:52 am)

    On behalf of the community good job that is very heartwarming. This is a very tough year for families with costs rising so fast and services being limited. Kids need this MORE than ever. This is very impressive!! Great work!!!

  • LStephens December 15, 2012 (2:22 pm)

    Great work Conrad and Clint! Thank you both for all of your time and hard work. Amazing gifting and generousity from our community. Imagine how many smiles will come from all of these toys!

  • Nichole December 15, 2012 (7:45 pm)

    The 3rd graders at Shorewood Christian School were honored to have been a part of collecting the toys to donate. Thank you Clint and Conrad! You two are amazing!!!

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