Calling for Silent Auctions – Basket Ideas Support the Back to School Clothing Drive 50th Anniversary Celebration by donating a silent or live auction item today! Not sure what to donate? Check out our wish list here and feel free to get creative! Silent Auction Basket Ideas Pamper Mom Suggested items: Bubble bath, bath salts, towels, candles, a CD of meditative music, gift card to a local salon and/or for a massage. Creative twist: Make
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Support the Back to School Clothing Drive 50th Anniversary by donating one of the following AMAZING silent and or live Auction items -Download our Silent Auction Donation Form - Please fill out, scan, fax or mail to address on bottom of form. Getaways and Unique Experiences • Week or weekend in a mountain cabin or lake cottage • Condo for a week in Colorado, Utah, Montana, California, etc. • Golf-getaway including golf passes at renowned course •
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Support the Back to School Clothing Drive 50th Anniversary Celebration by donating a silent or live auction item today! Not sure what to donate? Check out our wish list here and feel free to get creative! Silent Auction Basket Ideas Pamper Mom Suggested items: Bubble bath, bath salts, towels, candles, a CD of meditative music, gift card to a local salon and/or for a massage. Creative twist: Make the container part of the pampering—use a foot bath
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by BWW News Desk Sep. 21, 2017   The Back to School Clothing Drive, which has provided school supplies and clothing to more than 535,000 students since 1967, has rescheduled its 50th anniversary at the Golden Masquerade Gala to Saturday, January 20, 2018 from Oct. 28 due to scheduling conflicts. The event will take place at Phoenix Art Museum, 1625 N. Central Avenue, where the 2017 Champions for Children will be recognized. They are Brian Mueller, Grand Canyon University;
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By Laurie Merrill GCU News Bureau A herd of purple-clad Grand Canyon University staff, students and athletes turned out in force on Tuesday – GCU Day – to bring smiles, cheer and a helping hand to children attending the annual Back to School Clothing Drive. High fives and laughter were the order for the day at the Back to School Clothing Drive. (Photo by Travis Neely) The GCU volunteers joined scores of others who lovingly
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With the first day of school around the corner, 1 in 5 Valley students won’t be prepared with new clothes or classroom supplies. For Valley families in need, the Back to School Clothing Drive is a lifeline. In its 50th year, the event helps more than 250,000 children from 260 different schools with free clothes, shoes and a backpack full of school supplies. http://www.azfamily.com/clip/13502102/grand-canyon-university-pitching-in-for-back-to-school-clothing-drive  
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PHOENIX, Ariz. (Sept. 17, 2017): The Back to School Clothing Drive, which has provided school supplies and clothing to more than 535,000 students since 1967, has rescheduled its 50th anniversary, the Golden Masquerade Gala, to Saturday, January 20, 2018 from Oct. 28 due to scheduling conflicts. The event will take place at Phoenix Art Museum, 1625 N. Central Ave. where the 2017 Champions for Children will be recognized including Brian Mueller, Grand Canyon University, Jerry
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(Scottsdale, AZ) — Arizona Helping Hands (AHH) demonstrates the importance of charities working together, thanks to a new partnership with the Back to School Clothing Drive. With funding from the BHHS Legacy Foundation, the organizations are collaborating to outfit 300 children in foster care and 250 students from Children’s First Academy with new school clothing and outfits to help prepare them to go back to school. “This is a great partnership with infinite opportunity to
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July 19, 2017 / by Laurie.Merrill  Photos by Travis Neely GCU News Bureau A herd of purple-clad GCU staff, professors and students were among the many volunteers who participated on the second day of the annual Back to School Clothing Drive. Some volunteers at GCU Arena helped children fill enormous bags with clothing and other goodies while Thunder, Dance and Cheer team members and GCU soccer and volleyball players revved up the crowd. Upstairs, GCU College
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http://www.azfamily.com/story/35880279/back-to-school-clothing-drive-empowers-valley-students-in-need PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) - With the first day of school around the corner, 1 in 5 Valley students won’t be prepared with new clothes or classroom supplies. "They do not have the funds; the money is not there," said Brenda Nelson, the founder of Academy of Excellence. Nearly half of the students at Nelson’s school come from low-income families. To spare themselves embarrassment, Nelson says some kids choose to stay home and miss out on important learning
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