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Back-to-School Clothing Drive

Breaking down barriers to early-childhood education success.

 

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Fiesta Bowl Backpack Stuffing

May 11th, 2021|

History was made on May 7 at the Hyatt at Gainey Ranch when 1,000 backpacks were stuffed in under 15 minutes. It’s only natural for records to be set when dozens of highly competitive NCAA Division I football coaches challenge each other to bring it on! This particular event was [...]

Rotary Clubs Stuff 1,000 Backpacks!

April 30th, 2021|

More than 30 members of Arizona Rotary clubs and their student-led Interact Clubs needed just under two hours to fill 1,000 backpacks with school supplies at a special Back to School Clothing Drive event on April 25 at the American Furniture Warehouse in Glendale. The flurry of activity in a [...]

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Student Attire for Education offers matching grants to schools that shop in our store to fill their onsite clothing closets. All proceeds from the store go right back into the program to fund additional grants.

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New Clothes, New Beginnings

Each July, more than 10,000 students benefit from our clothing distribution through our partnership with the BHHS Legacy Foundation’s “Backpack Buddies” program.

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Check out what’s happening this year at the New Clothes New Beginnings distribution event.
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STITCHES OF LOVE

This program consists of over 100 volunteer designers who spend all year making clothing so that our students can start the school year with something that was made just for them.

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