PCHS Groups Give Back

All year long, but especially during the holiday season, various Celtic groups participate in fundraiser, charity drives and events. Check this page frequently for updates and new events or drives.

Please join us and help those in need.  Thank you in advance for your generosity!

Current Drives/Events

PCHS Men’s Club – Wreaths across America still needs volunteers

The Men’s Club is teaming with Operation Care Package of Joliet to help distribute 20,000 wreaths at Abraham Lincoln National Cemetery in Elwood on 12/15 at 8:30 AM.   VOLUNTEERS ARE STILL NEEDED!   Contact Jon Schaefer at jps@pw-law.com.

Cheerleading Program – Crisis Center of South Suburbia

The Girls in Green are collecting toiletries for families staying at the shelter.    Learn more about the Crisis Center.  On 12/17, the team will also be wrapping gifts for those families at the center.

  • Needed Items:  shampoo, conditioner, body wash, body lotion, body spray, deodorant, diapers and wipes, soap, toothpaste and toothbrushes, and other hygiene and toiletry items.  Regular or travel size.
  • Collection dates: Now through 12/12
  • Drop off in the Athletics Office

Deadline Passed:

Cheerleading Program – Ronald McDonald House

On November 17 and 25, the Cheerleading  helped cook and coordinate meals for families who are staying at the Ronald McDonald House.

AYM/Hockey Christmas Toy Drive

Tthe hockey team kicked  off the A.Y.M. Christmas Toy Drive early!   Toy donation were accepted during both the JV and Varsity games.

AYM – Toy & Gift Drive for Treasure Chest Foundation

AYM collected  toy and gift cards for children with cancer.  All donations went to the Treasure Chest Foundation.

PCHS Men’s Club – Toys for Tots

The Men collected Toys for Tots at the 12/6 Meeting.

Boys’ Basketball Program – ShareFest, New Lenox

On Saturday, 12/8, the boys helped  distribute clothing, food, and other essentials at ShareFest at the New Lenox Commons. Learn more about ShareFest, an organization dedicated to helping Will County families in need.

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