How we help in real life ways
It really takes a village to keep kids safe and provide them with consistent ways in which to learn and thrive. Student Impact works with Westfield Washington Schools, The Westfield Police Department, Washington Township Trustee, The City of Westfield, Youth Assistance and much more to ensure our kids have the best chance of success.
kids and families
kids to each other
We all need relationship. In times of uncertainty, we all need real connection with people, and the knowledge and safety of knowing someone has your back.
Student Impact provides real life ways to build family relationships with our our famous "SI kits". Each kit serves a distinct purpose...do something together, reunite with the students from Student Impact, and play a few games and be assured that everything will be okay.
fill the need:
no matter what
Student Impact has served the community and students of Westfield for over 20 years. One of the best ways Student Impact serves is by identifying and recognizing a need and then move into action to fulfill the need.
The best description is during times of need, where Student Impact jumps in and can immediately mediate in hard circumstances:
COVID-19 Food Programs
Death of a family member
Suicide of a student
Weekend Back Sac Program
WE ARE HERE...NO MATTER WHAT.
It really takes a village to keep kids safe and provide them with consistent ways in which to learn and thrive. Student Impact works with Westfield Washington Schools, The Westfield Police Department, Washington Township Trustee, The City of Westfield, Westfield Youth Assistance and much more to ensure our kids have the best chance of success.
Student Impact Float in the Westfield High School Homecoming Parade.
Mayor Cook and the Middle School students at The Rock.
Student Impact Student Leaders....they serve in the Westfield community in many ways.
Tyler Dougherty, WMS School Resource Officer (Westfield Police Department) and Danyele.
Friday Brunch brings in a new community member to be the FAMOUS FLIPPER.
Fill the need:
Weekend Back Sack Program
This is collaborative effort with Student Impact and Westfield Washington Schools to ensure no child goes hungry over long weekends and breaks.
Students receive in their back sack the last day of school prior to breaks, breakfasts, meals, and snacks to sustain them through the break time off school.
Items that a child can cook on their own, such as individual cereal boxes and oatmeal for breakfast, and pull tab Ravioli and Mac and Cheese microwave cup for lunches, and things like Beef Stew and Chicken Noodle Soup for dinner. Additional snacks are included such as protein bars, soft and chewy granola bars, cheese and cracker packages, and peanut butter and cracker snacks.
If you or someone you know may need help, call us at 317-693-4366 and leave your Westfield area address.