I probably don’t do this enough, but I’d like to take this time to use my blog as a medium to do good in the world.
Right before BlogHer began, I was approached by Schoola to help with their “20 Days of School” Adopt-a-School campaign.
What is Schoola you ask?
Schoola is an online shop dedicated to recycling brand-name children’s clothes, with 40% of the proceeds going to schools in need. This innovative new program – which saves parents money and gives back at the same time – has been heralded by Fox News, the LA Times, Forbes and Parenting Magazine.
I was given 3 schools to choose from – all raising money to help with needs in each school. I chose KIPP Academy a small school in the Bronx that has a goal of raising $25,000 to fund their music program
KIPP Academy works hard to support kids who need all the help they can get. Ninety-five percent of its students qualify for free or reduced-cost lunch. And, more than one in seven of the students receives special education services.
- Shop on Schoola. Every time you make a purchase through this link – Schoola – will donate $1 to KIPP Academy.
You may ask, what kind of clothing is offered on Schoola? Well, here’s a list of name brands found on their Fall Favorites page:
Here are some examples of the amazing buys you can find on the Schoola site.
- Request a Schoola donation bag. Again use this Schoola link because every time you do, Schoola will donate $1 to KIPP Academy.ANOTHER BONUS when you do donate clothes, $2 of every $5 made from this donation will go back to the school. What a GREAT reason to clean-out all those adorable used kids clothing and turn them into money to help this school in need!
Back-to-School time is fast approaching – why not make this year a very special year for the student’s at KIPP Academy too!
I am being compensated for writing this post and sharing this program on social media. To be honest, I had decided to sign up before I even knew that I would be compensated – the initial email reaching out to me forgot to include compensation information. I honestly feel like my kids and Grandkids have benefited so much by going to great schools and am happy to help this school where there is such a need.
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