Cudahy & St. Francis School Supply Drive

June 21, 2014

Project Concern of Cudahy-St. Francis is holding a school supply drive to help families in our community living in difficult circumstances obtain school supplies for the 2014-15 school year. Please consider giving a donation of one or more of the following items to help ensure every child in our community has what they need for school this Fall! Donations may be brought to Project Concern located at 3658 East Plankinton Ave. between June 16th and August 15th, 2014. Every donation—big or small—makes a HUGE difference! Thank you for your generosity!

Crayola Crayons—8 ct
Crayola Crayons—24 ct
Markers—Washable 10 ct
Dry Erase Markers
Paints—Watercolor 8 ct
Colored Pencils—long 12 ct
Highlighters
# 2 Pencils—24 ct,
Pens—ballpoint, red
Pens—ballpoint, black
Glue Sticks—washable
School glue—white
Erasers—pink
Folders, bottom pocket
Binders, 3-ring, 1 inch
Scissors—Fiskars, blunt
Scissors - Pointed
Pencil Pouches, Soft
Pencil Boxes—plastic
Rulers—standard, metric
Protractors—clear
Spiral Notebooks—wide
Spiral Notebooks—college
Loose Leaf Paper—wide
Loose Leaf Paper—college

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