Marblehead HS Freshmen Launch Community Service Platform

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MARBLEHEAD (WBZNewsRadio) - Marblehead High School freshman Connor Dyer and Logan Doody are setting an example in the community on how to give back. During the pandemic, they packed meals for My Brother's Table and donated to local food pantries.

The 15-year-olds have now launched MHS Gives Back, a community service platform that connects MHS students with local nonprofits in need of volunteers. MHS Gives Back has accounts on Instagram and Twitter, as well as a Google Classroom page assessable to students.

"The community has given so much to everyone, to let us go to this school, and get an education. So I think as a school we need to give back to them." Connor tells WBZ's Brooke McCarthy.

It's simple, organizations looking for MHS volunteers can post to their social media accounts, or send an email to the students at So far, MSH Gives Back has posted about a local food drive and a meal prep through SPUR at Lifebridge in Salem.

WBZ's Brooke McCarthy (@BrookeWBZ) reports

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