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Thank You for giving to our 2022 Little Red Schoolhouse Supplies and Fund Drive! We raised $20,068 and lots of supplies for kids in need! If you didn’t get a chance to give, you can still donate online now . Thanks to Heritage Bank for matching the first $2500 donated and Capital Heating, Cooling, and Plumbing for matching the next $1000.
KXXO Mixx 96.1 will be broadcasting LIVE collecting funds by phone at 360-943-9937 and online Friday, August 12, 2022 to purchase supplies in bulk! You can also drop off school supplies that day at KXXO, 119 Washington St. NE, downtown Olympia. Most needed supplies: Fiskar scissors, graph paper, Ticonderoga pencils, composition books, spirals (no binders), Crayola crayons, Crayola colored pencils, Crayola washable markers, Elmer’s glue sticks, rulers, scientific and regular calculators, backpacks (new). Please, no binders or clothing other than jackets or warm sweatshirts.
You can donate online now by clicking on the Donate button below!
Heritage Bank will match the first $2500 donated! Donate and see your donation double! Capital Heating, Cooling, and Plumbing will match the next $1000 donated. Donations help buy supplies in bulk! Can’t donate the day of the event? Make a secure PayPal donation right now! Just get out your credit or debit card and push the Donate button! 100% of what is received in donations will go to the Little Red Schoolhouse Project, but in some cases with online donations the financial institutions involved may deduct a small credit card or transaction fee.
Checks can be made out to Little Red Schoolhouse and mailed to: P.O. Box 6302, Olympia, WA 98507
Imagine having to choose between buying food and clothes or a backpack, crayons, and scissors for your school-age child! Each year, many parents look at the brightly colored “Back to School” banners with dread as they face exactly these choices. The average cost of school supplies per child has grown to almost $75 per child. The cost is beyond many parents who are already struggling to pay for rent, gas, and medical expenses!
The Little Red Schoolhouse Project (www.redschool.org) was founded in response to this need. Their goal is to see every child start school with basic school supplies and a backpack.
Who is involved? The Little Red Schoolhouse Project Committee is a joint effort of local social service agencies, churches, businesses, and individuals. The Little Red Schoolhouse Project is a project of Family Education and Support Services.