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Donate Gently Used Clothing to Raise Money for The Arts in Your School
As every parent knows, kids grow up all too quickly, outgrowing their clothes seemingly faster than you can blink your eyes. Moms and dads also know outgrown pants, skirts, shirts, shoes and other clothing items tend to accumulate when they're no longer wanted or needed. Children also need schools to get a proper education and as we all are aware, arts programs are in desperate need of more funding.
|Schoola donations benefits schools like Yick Wo Elementary|
|Every Schoola bag filled translates into money for your school|
|Brand Name Merchandise Your Kids Will Love|
What could be better than both giving you the opportunity to give back to your school and reaping huge savings for parents on clothes you buy for your child?
|Schoola is A Win-Win for You & Your Child's School|
Schoola is an online store, dedicated to recyling brand-name gently worn children's clothes fitting ages one (preschool) through 13+ (high school). Featured by Fox News, Forbes, Parenting Magazine, the Los Angeles Times as other media, 40% percent of the site's proceeds from sales go directly to schools in need. Parents can help by both donating clothing to Schoola as well as purchasing boys and girls clothes from the site. For more information visit Schoola.com as well as follow them on Twitter and Facebook.
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