A group of American Career College-Los Angeles students went above and beyond this May to assist the Good+ Foundation.
As a team, the 10 ACC-Los Angeles students and student ambassadors helped pack 70 diaper bags for Eisner Health's pediatric clinics and prepared 378 boxes of diapers for 19 pallets that would be sent out to assist all programs.
"ACC-LA students truly rocked this event and we could not be prouder," ACC-Los Angeles Student Services coordinator Ruthy Rodriguez said.
Founded in 2001 by Jessica Seinfeld, the Good+ Foundation is a nonprofit organization that aims to break the cycle of family poverty and has donated almost $42 million in children's items to a national network of over 125 antipoverty programs.
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