Be a Back-to-School Sponsor 2023
Will You Help a Child in Need Return to School with Dignity. Our mission is to supply children in need or living in homeless shelters the supplies they need to start off the school year just like their peers.
Each child that attends our event will be provided lunch, receive a back-to-school haircut, new socks & underwear, pajamas, will walk around from table-to-table to choose their own backpack / school supplies and each child to leave with a brand-new pair of sneakers. Children/teens were also good to pick out toiletries, bath, towel, breakfast foods, and after school snacks.
When you think of “back-to-school,” images of new clothes, book bags, notebooks, pencils, new teachers and friends may come to mind. But for some families this year, the return to school is dreaded. The first day of school should be a day of excitement, but for a child in need the excitement can quickly turn to anxiety. Will they have shoes that fit to wear to school? Will they have a backpack? Will they have all the school supplies to start off the school year? The need to buy school supplies at a time when there is little money puts a strain on families.
Angels Community Outreach wants to help and give a hand UP to local children/teens in need to ensure they begin the school year with the tools they need to succeed.
HOW CAN YOU HELP?
•Be a “BACKPACK ANGEL” Make a Financial Donation: Your donation of $10.00 or more will help us meet our goal. The cost to sponsor a child is $50. Your tax-deductible contribution can provide a child with the school supplies they need to start off a new school year, just like their peers.
Donations in ANY amount can be made
-Via Pay Pal to @AngelsCommunity
-Venmo to AngelsOutreach
-Mailed or dropped off to The Angels Community Outreach 334 South Broadway Pitman, NJ 08071
•Order off our Back to School Wish List. Don’t have time to shop? Order off our Amazon Wish-List and the items will ship right to our door. CLICK HERE TO SEE OUR WISH-LIST.
TOGETHER we can help children and teens feel confident on their first day of school.