Summit propagandize reserve expostulate extended by May 27

May 21, 2016 - School Supplies

The Christ Child/Bridges School Supply collection dates have been extended by subsequent Friday, May 27th. Collection bins are located by a categorical offices of all of a Summit open schools, during a entrances to St. Teresa’s Church and Memorial Hall, and during 36 Woodland Avenue in Summit by May 27th.

For a eighth year, a Christ Child Society of Summit and Bridges Outreach are operative together to collect subsequent year’s propagandize reserve for a approximately 500 children in need in a Summit Public Schools.

Residents can assistance by donating some of a following new items: 1″, 2″, and 3″ Binders, 3-hole Pencil Cases, Subject Dividers, 2-Pocket Folders, Marble Composition Books, Loose Leaf Paper (wide and college ruled), Spiral Notebooks (wide and college ruled), 8-Pack Colored Pencils or Thin Markers, #2 Pencils and Erasers, Pens (Blue, Black Red), Highlighters, 3 x 5 lined Notecards and Glue Sticks.

In Aug final year, a Christ Child Society and Bridges supposing 353 elementary, center and high propagandize children in Summit, authorised for giveaway or reduced lunch, with new backpacks and propagandize supplies. Parents were means to take a financial resources that would have been used for propagandize reserve to compensate for food, rent, and other necessities.

The Christ Child Society is a non-profit organisation of volunteers dedicated to portion at-risk children in a area. Bridges is an overdo module for a homeless delivering food, clothing, toiletries, and other necessities to those who are homeless or in need in New York City, Newark, and Irvington each week and opens a doors to neighbors in need each Friday.

Christ Child Society and Bridges conclude a donations and grants from their partners: a Summit Luminary Fund, a Junior League of Summit, a Summit Area Public Foundation, Merrill Lynch employees, St. Teresa’s Church and private donations. For serve information: or

This object was submitted by Angeli Breen.

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