Middletown, NJ – Students at the non-profit German School of Monmouth County (www.germanschoolmc.org) presented a $600.00 check to The Sandy Ground Project – Where Angels Play and Hope for Highlands during the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the Daniel Barden playground on October 27, 2013 in Veteran’s Park, Highlands, NJ.
“Although our families and staff were affected personally by Superstorm Sandy, there were so many families who have lost more. Usually our kids sell Advent Calendars to help us purchase library materials, but we decided to give the proceeds to Highlands who needed it far more,” says Principal Michaela Greco, who resides in Atlantic Highlands. “When we spoke to Hope for Highlands, they told us about the Where Angels Play playground and that perfect fits our mission to have our students commit random acts of kindness and share what they have with others.”
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