Pre-Law hosts pizza fundraiser to benefit Kids in Distress

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A pizza party doesn’t always come to mind when fundraising. The Pre-law Society held a fundraiser at Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza Sept. 18 to collect funds for their bowling event for Kids in Distress.

The fundraiser lasted all day, and customers who mentioned American Heritage to their waiter had 20% of their money paid donated to the Pre-Law Society. The money benefits Kids in Distress, a charity that focuses on the prevention of child abuse, preservation of the family and treatment of abused and neglected children. Every year, Pre-Law Society members donate gifts to the children of Kids in Distress during the holidays.

The Pre-Las Society raised over $400 from the fundraiser.

“I’m really glad that the money is going to Kids in Distress. I love knowing that we can put smiles on kids’ faces during the holidays,” senior Isabella Whiting said.

Angela is a senior at American Heritage School. This is her fourth year on staff, and she is Co-Editor of The Patriot Post with Amber Bhutta, her better half. Graphic design is her passion, and she plans to pursue it in college. In addition to being Co-Editor-in-Chief, she is also the historian for NHS. When she’s not working on the news magazine, she enjoys taking pictures, eating ethnic sandwiches, painting and playing piano. Angela also runs her own photography company. You can visit her website at to purchase photos or schedule a photo shoot.

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