|My dad was in a serious accident a couple years before this and this picture made my mom feel ill. But I thought it was super cool!|
The next year was different. It was taught by a teacher from our school who did her best but the units weren't nearly as cool. I remember doing a lemonade stand one that was supposed to teach us business basics that dragged on for ages. As a 4th grader I was confused and frustrated. As an adult, I realize that funding must have gotten cut. And it stunk.
Which brings me to Schoola. Schoola is an online consignment store dedicated to recycling brand-name children's clothes, with a portion of the proceeds going to schools in need.
You can get rid of stuff your kids have outgrown, pick up a few super affordable things for this coming year, AND help schools in need get funding for the programs that make school fun and truly enriching. Win/win/win!
Yick Wo Elementary is just across the bay from where I grew up in northern California so their story touched my heart. My boys and I have been digging through their old clothing looking for stuff to donate. It has been a great chance to talk to them about helping and serving others and they're super excited about it!
Visit Schoola to donate your kid's outgrown clothes or do a little shopping for the upcoming year- either way you're doing a great thing for schools in need!This post is brought to you by Schoola, the best place to buy discounted kids clothes all while give back to schools in need. Click here to learn more about Schoola. Click here to see what people are saying.
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