Back to School Kindness

The summer is coming to an end soon, and hopefully, some of this heat! As we begin to think of the fall season, Back to School is upon us! We must send our children equipped with the proper supplies they need to succeed!

So we have partnered with The Heights Conservation Charity again this year to receive and distribute backpacks filled with supplies! They have given us 48 packs on behalf of their charity! A wonderful start to our annual collection of supplies to send to Love and Burrus Elementary Schools! You will find in the sanctuary the giving tree with tags that you can take and purchase the supplies or uniform colors/items to send to these schools for children that can benefit from this collection! If you would like to just purchase items from the lists in bulk, for example, 10 bottles of glue, 10 boxes of colors, etc., that will help too!

Remember that we are in our Love Your Neighbor, 30 Days/30 Acts of Kindness! What a wonderful act of kindness by supporting the youth of our neighborhood! Happy Shopping!

Supplies Needed/Listed for Both Schools:

  • Pencil Box

  • Hand Sanitizers Bottles

  • Pack of Construction Paper

  • Box of Kleenex

  • Pack of Manila Paper

  • Colored Pencils

  • Pack of #2 Pencils

  • Wide Ruled Tablets

  • Glue

  • Eraser Pencil Caps/Pink Erasers

  • Glue Sticks

  • Markers

  • Crayons – 16 ct. and 24 ct.

  • 1” Binder Avery Clear Cover w/Interior Pockets White

  • Blunt Scissors

  • Marble Composition Books Wide Ruled – black, red, green, blue

  • Ballpoint Medium Pens Blue and Red

  • Wide Ruled Loose Leaf Paper

  • Dry Erase Markers – 4 ct. low odor

  • Rulers w/inches and centimeters

  • Composition Notebooks

  • Plastic Two Pocket Folders – red, blue, green


Leonor Hernandez

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