College student helping to spread positivity and change through project called “Hands of Humanity”

GEORGETOWN, Del.- One young lady from Georgetown is getting out in the community to try and make a difference through service projects.

Geria Sturgis is a freshman at Bowie State.

She came up with a project called “Hands of Humanity” hoping to focus on the important changes we need in our world, while also highlighting equity and diversity.

So far, she made crafts for the Harrison House Nursing Home, with the help of a first grade class.

She said her next project will be feeding the homeless at the Shepherd’s Office.

“It’s not targeting one group or like the nursing home, I want to touch as many people as possible with joy, with kindness, love and I just want to spread awareness it is definitely time to become one equal and i definitely want to be start of that change,” Geria Sturgis, the leader of Hands of Humanity, said.

Sturgis said the event at the Shepherds Office is on March 6 from 11 a.m to 2 p.m.

We are told not only will she be giving out food, bus tickets and clothing will also be given out.

If you are looking to donate, you can email geria.sturgis13@gmail.com.

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