Algonquin graduate shines in local nonprofit work

1/11/2022“Horizons for Homeless Children is revolutionizing what it means to provide daycare for homeless children, giving parents tablets to set up during the pandemic, aiming to combat the issues of those kids always being behind, and is totally inclusive,” shared UMass Amherst freshman, Algonquin Regional High School graduate and Northborough resident Sravya Tanikella. Having utilized lessons learned through a program known as Youth in Philanthropy (YIP) to support continuing work with the Rotary Interact Club, her group selected Horizons for Homeless Children to receive a $5,000 grant.

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