MIDDLE TOWNSHIP — The Cape May Tech Peer Leaders and club advisor Kirsten Miller organized a Hands for Humanity event in which students, faculty and staff made donations and wrote their names on a paper hand representing the leaves of a giving tree.
The fundraiser collected $370 for the American Red Cross.
Peer Leaders include Bernie Abarca Vargas, Christine Albrecht, Savannah Bruno, Danielle DeRitis, Gabbi Eppright, Regan Frame, Sarah Frazier, Genevieve Heym, Savannah Jack, Maddie Justice, Maddie Mahon, Joan McAnulty, Britney Miller, Kayla Miller, Richard Miller, Orlando Ruiz, Matt Rutherford, Leah Satterfield, Charlee Sill, Xavielle Toney, Hannah Wilcoxen, Alli Wilson, Sean Wilson and Elyssa Zaccaria.
The American Red Cross works to prevent and alleviate human suffering in emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers and donors. For information see redcross.org.
For information on the Cape May County Technical High School see capemaytech.com.