Kids Stuff 500 Backpacks with School Supplies for Syrian Refugees

January 19, 2016 - School Supplies

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Dozens of children went to work stuffing 500 backpacks with propagandize reserve Saturday, to make certain nearing Syrian refugee children don’t tumble any serve behind in their schoolwork.

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The Canadian tyro volunteers lifted about $7,000 for a supplies, and a Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board Foundation supposing a backpacks.

The kids, ages 8-14, from a Islamic Cultural Center of Toronto, pressed a bags with pens and pencils, notepads, calculators, and all else a new tyro would need.GNN-app-banner-ad-opt

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Two busloads of students trafficked to Hamilton, Ontario’s Sir John A. Macdonald Secondary School for a chore. They divided adult reserve by age and propagandize grades — elementary, middle, and high propagandize — and installed all a backpacks in underneath dual hours.

“This is a fun approach to get to do good deeds,” nine-year-old Mariam El Hewaily, told a Hamilton Spectator. “I’m happy we’re assisting them.”

The backpacks will be kept during Macdonald Secondary until they are needed, handed out as interloper students arrive. The propagandize has a tyro physique representing some-more than 80 countries of start and 50 local languages.

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Canada has concluded to take in 25,000 people journey a polite fight in Syria. The initial organisation of refugees from that nation arrived in Hamilton on Dec 21. The city has been usurpation refugees from other countries for years and city leaders contend it has a clever complement in place for fixation them in new homes and schools.

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