Students Helping Honduras (SHH) is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization that raises awareness and funds to provide opportunities to children in Honduras. Shenandoah University's SHH chapter fundraises for the completion of the work sites that the chapter members helped build during it's annual winter trip.
For the spring of 2014, our chapter is fundraising in honor of Gabriella Miller. In November of 2012, Gabriella was diagnosed with a walnut sized tumor in her brain. Her family soon started the Smashing Walnuts campaign as a symbolic gesture to support her fight against brain cancer. Gabriella's campaign has since raised $275,000 for the Make-A-Wish foundation.
In October of 2013, Gabriella was conferred with an honorary Bachelor of Arts degree and presented with the Presidentâs Medal for Outstanding Service in Cancer Awareness from Shenandoah University. Two short weeks later, Gabriella lost her battle against cancer.
Shenandoah's SHH chapter has set a goal of $2,000 to complete the roof of the fourth grade classroom at the Villa Soleada Bilingual School in Honduras. Gabriella would have been in fourth grade at the time of her passing. With the completion of our goal, a plaque in Gabriella's honor will be placed on the classroom in Honduras. Help our chapter reach our goal in honor of Gabriella!
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