Q: How does your club meet safely during the pandemic?
A: This club is very hands-on and is also completely virtual to comply with our Virtual Academy students if classes were to resume in-person. The club includes online presentations with guest speakers provided by Colors for Coats!
Q: What short term and long term goals does your club have?
A: Some long term goals our club has it to be able to create fundraisers to be able to raise money for the topic of the month!
Q: Does your club give back to the community? If so, how?
A: My club is an awareness club, so the club gives back to the community by giving useful information to be able to use for later use.
Q: What unique experiences or opportunities do members of your club gain?
A: They gain the opportunity to learn and raise awareness about different health disparities.
Q: How might other clubs, admin, teachers, students, or broader community help you with your club?
A: Other clubs, admin, teachers, students, or broader community can help me with my club by helping advertise the club
Q: Can students get community service hours from attending your club or any of your events? If so, what would this experience look like?
A: Yes, this organization provides projects, articles and fundraisers to earn volunteer hours that will be signed off by Colors for Coats.
Q: What does your club strive to solve or achieve?
A: We strive to solve the lack of information given to the general public to better the community.
Q: What is unique about your club?
A: Something that is unique about Colors for Coats is that It is one of the first health disparity chapters at LBHS.
Q: How did you come upon your club in the first place, or why do you uphold it?
A: Was there a defining moment of experience that served as a call for action for you to take on leadership in this area? I came upon this club through an Instagram page. I felt like the cause was a really good one and not many people really shed light on these topics, I would like to include our community to help others.