Wayzata High School sophomore Aly Rahmatullah is known for being a strong student, but he has also gained a reputation for his generosity in the community. When Aly is not in class or studying to maintain his A-student status, you can find him volunteering at Interfaith Outreach doing what he can to help others. He’s a regular volunteer in the Food Shelf and a big help with our day-to-day operations.
“It just gives me some happiness to see clients walk out with some groceries, to know they’re good for the next week or so… making them happy and making sure they have what they need.”
“It’s not just helping out in the community. It’s really fun volunteering with friends, too.” Aly has set a great example for those around him. He even inspired his mother to begin volunteering in the Food Shelf this fall!
Thank you, Aly! We couldn’t be more proud of the amazing youth in our community who share their time, talents and boundless energy to keep our organization up and running!