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Students Give Back to The Community in Many Different Ways

Pembroke High School Students Give Back to the Community in Many Different Ways

During the Pembroke High School volleyball season each team – varsity, junior varsity, and freshmen - got the opportunity to prepare bagged lunches and deliver them to Father Bill’s/MainSpring Homeless Shelter in Brockton. Over a two-weekend span, the girls had prepared and delivered more than 180 bagged lunches to the Brockton homeless shelter to feed the increasing number of homeless people in the area.

Upon delivery of the bagged lunches, the girls received a tour of the facility and got detail descriptions on how the facility runs and how much it helps the homeless people survive. The Brockton facility was chosen due to its dire need for bagged lunches as they are a bigger facility than the Quincy site.


The Pembroke High School Golf Team collected and filled backpacks with warm winter items to donate to the three elementary schools for foster, homeless and other children in need. All items donated by team members and their families! Great work PHS Golf Team!


The student council organized fundraising campaigns and attended charity walks for a number of organizations during the Fall term. Their efforts raised funds for charities such as the Walk to End Alziembers, Go Wicked Gold for Pediatric Cancer Awareness, The Walk to End Breast Cancer and more! Great work by the student council!