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Conestoga boys’ lacrosse team aids Pathways to Housing

Tredyffrin >> The Conestoga High School boys’ lacrosse teams gathered together over their spring break to volunteer their time moving, delivering, sorting, and organizing various furniture pieces for Pathways to Housing, a division of the Philadelphia Furniture Bank (PFB) located in North Philadelphia. The PFB provides donated furniture at no cost to formerly homeless people, providing for over 800 households per year.
Tom Maroon, Director of the PFB, said, “The boys were motivated and mission-driven. The team can rest assured knowing they handled tables where families are having dinner, dressers where people are keeping treasured belongings, desks where children are doing homework, and beds where people used to sleep on the floor.”
Conestoga senior midfielder Hugh Hinton said, “It was a great day for all of us. We moved furniture as a team, and we were able to benefit our Philadelphia community by giving furniture to those in need.”
Conestoga boys’ lacrosse head coach Brody Bush said, “The boys have taken the time to give back to those in need. This helps them grow as individuals and develop the understanding that giving back is much bigger than lacrosse. Volunteering as a team also helps our program establish a great culture on and off the field.”
For more information about Pathways to Housing, visit

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