DECA members smile while selling candy grams to fellow Warren Hills Students.

DECA members smile while selling candy grams to fellow Warren Hills Students.

Bailey Thompson, Senior Editor

Warren Hills DECA members have been working hard this year to raise money for the New Jersey Covenant House, an organization that helps provide residential services for the homeless and prevent human trafficking. The club has done multiple fundraisers for this organization, starting off with boo-kits, which they sold in October for Halloween. The boo-kits were decorated Halloween goody bags one could anonymously buy for another friend. And from this event, the club was able to raise $215. Recently, they hosted another fundraiser more oriented for the winter holidays. They sold candy canes, and similar to the boo-kits, people could choose to buy the candy anonymously for a friend, and have it delivered. They made a profit of $113, and by doing this, they raised a total of $328 for the Covenant House. The club has no plans of stopping these fundraisers and there will surely be more to come as the year progresses.