Chandler’s Big Service Day Shows Off Big Hearts

Saturday’s Big Service Day event at Chandler School showcased the community’s generosity and compassion. The whole-school tradition is marked by a major donation drive in the weeks preceding Big Service Day, and ends with a hands-on Saturday of service to others.

Chandler families donated generously; parent and alumni volunteers turned out in force; the Clovers’ (service group) first bake sale was wildly popular; the Middle School Arts Honor Society students ran a card-making activity; many staff and faculty pitched in for set up and to lend their talents at various stations; and everyone who participated on Saturday gave of their time and efforts to help at-risk youth and homeless families.

Together, Chandler’s community sent My Friend’s Place more than 150 nutritious lunches, and a van full of art supplies, cards, letters, magazines and more. We gave Union Station more than 150 hygiene kits, plus Valentines, granola bars and more.

Chandler School, 1005 Armada Drive, Pasadena, (626) 795-9314 or visit



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