CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - Two local organizations with local ties are teaching young children about social responsibility through various volunteer and community service projects.
"We provide nourishing meals and extended services to people living in the Cleveland area that are dealing with cancer," says Barb Harrell, Executive Director of Village Project.
Over 600 volunteers, ages 2- to 90-years-old, help with the Village Project program. Meals are cooked by high school students, while the younger children make cards, paint vases and provide other assistance to those with cancer.
Caring Cubs' service projects are geared towards young children and are aimed at helping the disabled, elderly, and the hungry.
Click here if you're interested in donating or volunteer with the Village Project.