On March 30th, Unilu held Project Inasmuch. For those of you that don't know Project Inasmuch is a day were the congregation and members of LCM come together to do various service projects throughout the morning. This year, we made surgical caps for children, painted hope globes, cleaned up Abernathy park, and visited a habitat for humanity site.
The surgical caps are made for children at the Greenville Childeren's hospital. However, these caps are not your typical surgical cap. We use fabric that is colorful or that has Disney characters and other cartoon characters on them. This allows the children to pick out a cap that is interesting to them rather than a plain cap. The hope globes are made for the children at the hospital as well. A hope globe is created by painting something on a clear hollow globe then it is placed onto a flower pot and christmas lights are placed inside. These act as night lights for the children. Since Abernathy park is a beautiful place to visit we always try and get a group out there to pick up litter to keep it looking nice. There was a lot of interest in visiting a habitat site and we filled up all the spots we had available. The group went to a local site and helped clean up and paint.
It is amazing the things that we can do when we come together and donate our time towards something meaningful!