Student organization donates to Titus County Cares

 The Mount Pleasant High School (MPHS) chapter of the National Honor Society (NHS) recently donated $1,000 to the local non-profit organization, Titus County Cares (TCC). Included with the check, NHS members also provided a letter which read:

   [On behalf of the 2019-2020 members of the Mt. Pleasant Chapter of the National Honor Society, we the officers would like to present Titus County Cares with a check for $1000 to help support their efforts in service to our community. Just as Titus County Cares works to faithfully serve alongside the community to give hope and defeat hunger, we as NHS members have service at the top of our vision. The four pillars of the National Honor Society are Character, Service, Scholarship, and Leadership. Titus County Cares is a great example of how each member is to carry on those qualities into their adult lives. A lifetime of service to our fellow man is the most  noble thing we can do. TCC sets the bar for our members to emulate. So, in an effort to help TCC continue to ‘help local families receive food’ and ‘continue to be a place of help and hope” we make this donation. May your efforts continue to touch lives in a positive and uplifting way.]

   TCC provides food and promotes literacy to families in need with efforts to build relationships with God through the following programs such as the food pantry, Food4kids Backpack Club, Cares4kids, Titus County Reads and Summer Kids Café,

   The Officers of the 2019-2020 MPHS chapter of the NHS include: Caroline Rose- President; John Rodriguez- Vice President; Virginia Fuentes- Secretary; Abigail Mason- Treasurer; Brooke Vaughn- Parliamentarian and Felicity Miller- Historian.