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We’re using @CommuniGift to kick off Back to School in SoCal!

Submitted by on July 22, 2014 – No Comment

BTS SOCAL 14Do you remember the excitement of the first day of school? Wearing a new outfit, equipped with new notebooks, pencils, backpack and unlimited possibility!

Share that memory by assisting an in-need child get ready for the upcoming school year. The high cost of back-to-school supplies, apparel and shoes is something that many struggling, low-income families living in Southern California simply cannot afford.

By making a back-to-school donation today you can give a deserving child the tools and confidence they need to succeed in the classroom.

We’re working with an online company called CommuniGift that matches donors with families in need nationwide through direct product purchases. This year, we’ve selected three locations in the Southern California area where you can direct your gift.

:: Help equip kids for back to school 2014 greatness in the community of Santa Barbara

:: Give kids what they need to start the school year off right in Santa Fe Springs

:: Buy backpacks and all the goodies to fill ‘em up for kids in downtown Los Angeles

If you’d like to know more about this campaign, click here to check out our CommuniGift page.

If you’d like to keep up with the goings on at The Salvation Army in Southern California, click here for a link to them on Facebook.

Or, here’s a link to their website for more information.


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