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Supplying our students would not be possible without the dedication of our volunteers and corporate partners.
A few weeks ago, we were fortunate to have a group of super volunteers organize a golf tournament on our behalf. The tournament was inspired when a few of them attended our 2011 Color A Brighter Future Luncheon. As that event showcases stories from students and teachers about how Classroom Central helps them, we can’t blame them for getting motivated to help us in our efforts!
Coach Leverington from Monroe High School in Union County recently shared some works of 3D art the students made, using supplies from Classroom Central.
Keeping our Free Store stocked wouldn’t be possible without the dedication of our volunteers and corporate partners.
We are fortunate to have many groups of volunteers help Classroom Central. However, for some groups, we know there are challenges with coming to help in our warehouse during the weekdays. If your organization would like to help Classroom Central but you have a large group or just want to offer a great team building opportunity at your venue, we have a solution for you: The Pencil Pouch Project. It can be done by as few as 2 people to as many as 1,000!