How we help in real life ways...

community collaboration

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.

Food rescue

Each week, 30 families are fed with food that is rescued from the 9 Westfield schools.  Food is sorted and delivered to the families doors each Friday during the school year.

weekend back sacks of food for kids

This is collaborative effort with Student Impact and Westfield Washington Schools to ensure no child goes hungry over long weekends and breaks. This is collaborative effort with Student Impact and Westfield Washington Schools to ensure no child goes hungry over the long breaks.

Community Collaboration

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

Tyler Dougherty, WMS School Resource Officer (Westfield Police Department) and Danyele.

Student Impact Student Leaders....serve in the Westfield community in many ways.

Wednesday morning Pancake breakfast brings in a new community member to be the FAMOUS FLIPPER.

Food Rescue

Each week, up to 30 families are fed with food that is rescued from the 9 Westfield schools.  Food is sorted and delivered to the families doors each Friday during the school year.

Food Rescue is one of the best ways we feel that we can show the love of Jesus to others.  Jesus loves...not because we do something or are better than another. Showing love in a very non-transactional way is the very best way of showing love and grace to others.  

To receive food, one simply calls the office and leaves an address.  In addition, SI collaborates with the Westfield School staff, Westfield Police, and Westfield Youth Assistance to find families that may in need for whatever reason.

If you or soemone you know may need help, call us at 317-210-0536 and leave your Westfield area address.

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 317-210-0536 and leave your Westfield area address.

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536 North Union Street, PO Box 526, Westfield, IN 46074  .  317-210-0536