Thursday, August 17, 2017

Team up with Target, Yoobi and the Kids In Need Foundation to help kids Prep for Success! #BACKTOSCHOOL

In our more than 22 years, we have provided more than $900 million in free school supplies to kids in need, nationwide.

This year, we are teamed up with Target. 

Target has promised a backpack filled with supplies for a child in need for every "like" or "share" of their video link, below. 

Team up with Target, Yoobi and the Kids In Need Foundation to help kids Prep for Success! Like or share this video and a backpack filled with school supplies will be donated to kids who need it most – up to $6.5 million. 

Now through 9/9. #BackToSchool

For full details, see here:

The Kids In Need Foundation’s mission is to ensure that every child is prepared to learn and succeed in the classroom by providing free school supplies nationally to students most in need.

For the 16 million kids who come from families struggling with extreme poverty, getting school supplies can make all the difference in the world to their future success. How can a kid be expected to succeed in the classroom without the basic tools to learn?

Recent studies* show that when kids have new school supplies of their own:

Grades, classroom behavior, and engagement improve

Self-esteem increases

Attitudes toward school and learning strengthen

Last year, the Kids In Need Foundation helped 154,000 teachers and 4.8 million students in some of the most challenged communities across the country. In our 20 years, we have distributed nearly $800 million in supplies to kids who would otherwise go without.

Learn more about the Kids In Need Foundation and our mission with our 2016 Impact Report, our 2016 Accomplishments, and our latest 2016 Annual Report.

Click HERE to learn more about The Kids In Need Foundation!

Follow The Kids In Need Foundation on social media!


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