LCSC students paint YWCA soup bowls for ‘Make a Difference Day’

LCSC students paint YWCA soup bowls for ‘Make a Difference Day’
LEWISTON, ID - Wednesday was 'Make A Difference Day' which makes a big impact not only locally but also across the country as volunteers gather to help others.

Students at Lewis-Clark State College are helping the YWCA prepare for a big fundraiser by attempting to paint nearly 200 bowls Wednesday. Every bowl that gets a paint job, is sold for $25 at a future YWCA event.

Jim Matuska said LCSC is happy to take part in the national day of doing good.

"LCSC is part of the community and people in the community that need help automatically gravitate to places like LCSC for help," said LCSC Service Learning Coordinator, Jim Matuska. "If we can help, we're going to do it."

The bowls raise money to help feed the needy and shelter women and children who need housing. The "Soup-port our Shelters" fundraiser takes place in February every year.