LUM After School Program is Back!
Individual & Group Volunteer Opportunities
Local schools are back in session this week, which means the LUM After School Program is back as well — with 70 students enrolled. The LUM program aides and bus drivers have been preparing for their return and are ready!
The program is staffed by a professionally trained educator, program aides, bus drivers, interns and volunteers, including Purdue student groups. If you or your group are interested in VOLUNTEERING or need more information, click HERE — or call or email Kristi Hogue (765.423.2691 | khogue@LUMserve.org).
LUM After School Program provides safe, fun and enriching childcare for children from low-income families. The program engages students (Kindergarten to 8th grade) for three hours each school-day afternoon, enabling their parents to finish their workday. The children are transported from their schools to the LUM After School Program at the LUM Ray Ewry Center — where they work on homework, have a nutritious snack, and participate in crafts, music, and other fun recreational and educational activities.