Greenville High School Student Council Raising Funds For Eden’s Glory


The Greenville High School Student Council is conducting a special fundraiser during February.

Council Secretary Rebecca Laesch told WGEL the student council holds a fundraiser each year. The council members share ideas for a charity to raise funds for. This year, they chose Eden’s Glory.

The council holds a “friendly first hour competition”. Students bring in money each day and the student council provides a complimentary breakfast to the first hour class that raises the most money.

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Vice President Katie Munshaw told WGEL Eden’s Glory is a two-year program benefiting women who were victims of human trafficking. The program provides medical care, shelter, and more.

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The organization assists women from the immediate area and beyond.

Dawn Mulholland, Student Council advisor, said the public can also become involved in the fundraiser. Contributions can be sent with a student to school, or you can drop off a donation at the high school office.

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The Student Council will also offer baskets as part of the fundraiser on Comets Senior Night, February 16th in the gym lobby.

The campaign lasts through February.

Munshaw said it is a great way for students to give back to the community and help others.

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