State College Area High School Interact community service club provides a helping hand

March 21, 2019
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The State College Area High School’s “State High Interact Club” held a fundraiser last October selling pink temporary tattoos, paw prints and ribbons, and donated the proceeds to Mount Nittany Health Breast Care Center. 

The club’s goal is to inspire positive change within our local and global community. These students meet every week after school and work on community volunteer projects. The group’s commitment is “DOING” by going out into the community and helping with their hands. They help global communities by making things they need and give financial contributions when they can’t use their hands to help.

Angelique Cygan, RN, oncology breast navigator at Mount Nittany Medical Center, met with the group to tell the story about how their funds will have an impact on a family in this community by providing needed resources as they navigate through a cancer diagnosis.

For more information on how your organization can raise funds for programs or services at Mount Nittany Health, please contact Mount Nittany Health Foundation at or 814.234.6777.

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