Moms Who Care Increases Opportunity to Give


Limestone Community High School’s Moms Who Care program has purchased two refrigerators to grow the MWC  program.

The refrigerators create more space to store better food and supplies for students. “This allows us to reach some kids who may need groceries but may not come to the MWC room for some reason,” says Mrs. Amber Hopwood, a lead MWC volunteer. 

The two refrigerators are normal-sized refrigerators like what would be found in a home.  One is accessible to students and filled with healthy snacks like yogurt and applesauce as well as cold drinks.  The other is filled with groceries distributed at the end of the school day.  

The refrigerators will be quite beneficial for not only the students, but it will make the program feel better about what they are giving out. Instead of just giving junk food to the students, MWC now has actual groceries such as hamburgers, sausage, salads, frozen meals, lunchmeat, and more. 

Students have responded well to these new purchases. Students are always thankful for an opportunity to take food home for themselves and their families.