Supervisor Daisy Morales Donates Nearly $10K Worth of School Uniforms Ahead of Thanksgiving

ORLANDO, Fla. (FNN NEWS) – Orange Soil & Water Conservation District Supervisor Daisy Morales, in partnership with Mustard Seed of Central Florida, donated nearly $10,000 worth of school uniforms to a private school and two church groups in West Orlando ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday.

Supervisor Morales distributed hundreds of brand new uniforms for students ranging from elementary to high school on Saturday and Sunday. Students of Rising Star Dance School, churchgoers of Iglesia Pentecostal Ultima Cosecha, and Iglesia Bautista La Fe in the Pine Hills community benefited from the donations.

“These individuals are our neighbors, friends and my constituents,” Supervisor Daisy Morales stated. “It’s important to support the community at every opportunity and keep as many items out of the landfills.”

In addition to providing donated uniforms to communities in need, Supervisor Morales shared educational information with the students and churchgoers on water conservation, protecting and preserving Orange County natural resources.

Morales’ Community Partnership Initiative encourages individuals, groups, and businesses to work closely with her office on water conservation, grant opportunities, environmental tours, community events, and outreach.

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