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Lee’s Summit Social Services Needs Your Help...
Lee’s Summit Social Services Needs Your Help With Back To School
July 19, 2014
Lee’s Summit Social Services will open their store, located at 108 SE 4th St,
from July 28 through August 6 for back to school shopping.
Volunteers for those two weeks are still needed. Six volunteers are needed for each shift. This allows most families to be helped in 15 minutes.
Contact Geneva High (Geneva@lssocialservices.com) or Matt Sanning (email@example.com) with your choice of days.
In addition to volunteers, Lee’s Summit Social Services needs the following items:
Backpack (no wheels, should be large enough for an 11”X 13” folder. Small children -Kindergarten, 1st and 2nd Grade need small backpacks.)
If you choose, pick out 5-10 of any of the items to collect.
Washable Classic Color Markers
Washable Glue with orange tip
White washable glue (not the no run variety)
Scissors with metal blades, both blunt and sharp
Gallon size Ziplock Bags
Purple Glue Sticks
School Boxes 9”X 5”
Wooden Rulers with inches and metrics
Packages of Highlighters, pink, yellow, blue, and green
Crayons, 16 or 24 count
Black Fine Tip Permanent Markers
Loose Leaf Notebook Paper (Wide Ruled)
70 Page Spiral Notebooks
Red Checking Pen
Sets of 5 tab dividers
Additionally, each child receives tissues and a toothbrush. Last year they ran out, and many more are still needed.
Included with the school supplies is a set of new clothes and shoes. Lots of underwear and socks for both boys and girls of all ages are needed.
If you can donate money for new clothes, please email Geneva at Geneva@lssocialservices.com.
If you have any questions, visit their website www.lssocialservices.com or call them at 816 525 4357.
Lee's Summit Social Services is an exempt organization under section 501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Service Code.
Your contribution is tax deductible less any goods and services received.
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