I absolutely enjoyed the LeBonheur visit because I get to spend quality time with kids that do not have as much access to resources as I do. It was a humbling experience that taught me how to put myself in other's shoes.
Serving children behind the scenes at the FedEx Family house was a fun experience with my Phi Mu sisters because we learned how to work together efficiently and in a timely manner.
Children's Miracle Network Hospital
December 6th, I and a friend went to Shelby Farms to serve. We stood outside and directed traffic. We show people where to park, where to exit, and where the light show was. It was cold but I was glad that I was able to serve.
For a local animal shelter, Phi Mu members met at the house for a Sister Saturday event and made blankets for puppies.
I participated in my first ever Service on Saturday for my scholarship program to build relationships and serve with my fellow Emerging Leaders.
Two Sundays out of the each month from April to July, I would volunteer in the Homeless Ministry that was hosted by my church. We would make 100 sandwiches and pack 100 water bottles and bought boxes of chips to serve to the homeless community in Downtown Memphis.