Fundraising

Ocean Treasure Rings

Want to support Little Known Help Zone while shopping for something natural and fashionable?

Look no further than these beautiful ocean treasure rings. Available on our Etsy page, these bronze filigree rings have different sea glass, shell, and ocean polished stones adorning them. Each one is unique and made by nature, making this a one of a kind purchase.

Available for $6, each of these rings benefits Little Known Help Zone’s monthly classroom project.

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Monthly Classroom Project Donations

Yesterday, Little Known Help Zone visited Washington Elementary School in Allentown, PA to donate school supplies for our monthly classroom project. We brought over $500 worth of supplies to 2 classrooms.

Ms. Lovelidge is a wonderful first grade teacher who really emphasizes the arts in her class. She gives her students an outlet to be creative and express themselves, and they love it. You should see their beautiful creations!

Ms. Brennert is an English as a Second Language teacher to over 50 students! It was vital to bring her the basics so she could supply her classrooms with what they need to feel more empowered and ready in school.

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Allentown Cherry Blossom Festival 2018

Little Known Help Zone had the pleasure of tabling at the Allentown Cherry Blossom Festival 2018 to share our organization with the community and talk about our mission for educational empowerment and success, as well as our work within the Allentown community. We also were giving out gifts with donations, and these were grow your own cherry blossom tree kits. We raised over $50 for our next classroom visit and had a wonderful time conversing with residents.31433342_2153953671543569_1530255812757570325_n.jpg

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November Updates

Little Known Help Zone: Giving Children What They Need is Little Known Help Zone’s monthly classroom project that combines advocacy, action, and legacy to make sustainable change in America’s education system.

Here are our updates from November:

-We are still looking for our November classroom to sponsor, we have lots of supplies to give!

-On December 6th, shop LKHZ at the Bryn Mawr Staff Association Craft Fair! This is in the Great Hall from 10-2.

-Our Pink Zebra Fundraiser is still going on, shop here! We get 40% of the money raised! https://www.pinkzebrahome.com/hjfoster/Order.asp?partyid=237878

-LKHZ is developing a coloring book to be sold to support our classroom project. This book is also a story that encourages children to engage in service projects and move our world forward! We are looking for investors for this project.

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Pink Zebra Fundraiser

Want to support Little Known Help Zone in an easy and fun way?

We partnered with Pink Zebra to host a fundraiser! 40% of all purchases will go towards Little Known Help Zone, which is super helpful for our upcoming classroom projects.

Follow this link and check out some fundraiser exclusives and other products. Pink Zebra is a great company that sells wax melts and other home scents, it is also a perfect way to get some holiday shopping done!

 

https://www.pinkzebrahome.com/hjfoster/Order.asp?partyid=237878

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Classroom of the Month

This month, we will be donating to Ms. Huff’s 2nd grade classroom at Washington Elementary. There are 22 students, 15 girls and 7 boys. We will be giving her classroom some communal supplies as well as each child a personal kit with donations from Myndology and Pilot.

We will be visiting on Wednesday, October 18th to read books to the classrooms and drop off the supplies!

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Immigrant Rights Speaker-3/28

 

thumbnail_image4.jpgOn Tuesday, 3/28, Rocio Vasquez from the Mexican Consulate of Philadelphia came to Bryn Mawr College to talk about her work at the consulate, what she does during the day, and how they are working to protect immigrants in the area. The consulate does amazing work with labor rights, family law, criminal law, and health services.

The event was a casual, conversational environment with a q/a session, and there was a large turnout including faculty and staff. The event will also be covered by the Bryn Mawr website.

We thank Rocio for coming and sharing her perspectives, and we look forward to getting involved with the Mexican consulate in the future to help promote human rights here and abroad.