Posted by Steve Lettau on Apr 12, 2022

“On behalf of the International Institute of Wisconsin we thank you and the students for the blanket’s donation. Enclosed please find a thank you letter and a picture of some of the refugee kids that were able to receive one of the blankets.”

Homestead High School Interact Club members showed their commitment to serve again. They made and donated 11 blankets to the International Institute of Wisconsin. The blankets were given to newly arrived refugees.

The International Institute of Wisconsin continues to provide all individuals with vital services that assist them in becoming self-sufficient and productive members of the community.

A heartwarming thank you note was received from the International Institute of Wisconsin and in the picture above are some of the refugee children who received blankets. 

Lead by co-presidents Josie Campbell and Kassidy Hill, the Interact student members have completed several projects to help our communities. In addition to making and donating these blankets, they collected food, collaborated with another group of student in another food drive, made and distributed Christmas cards, made pet toys and volunteered in events sponsored by the Mequon-Thiensville Sunrise Rotary Club.