Voice4Nations.org, the non-profit outreach dedicated to empowering individuals to make a difference in the world, is hosting their first annual Operation Give Back: School Supply Drive through August 2nd to collect donations for children living in shelters and those in need of assistance this upcoming school year.
“We are privileged to have the opportunity to help those in need. Through our Operation Give Back: School Supply Drive, we can provide the necessary items to children and families who otherwise would not be able to afford the back-to-school supplies,” explained Jay Reeder, founder of Voice4Nations.
Voice4Nations has partnered with local businesses and supply stores to support the children of Gwinnett Children’s Shelter, North Gwinnett Co-Op, and LAMP Ministries. Since July 8th, Voice4Nations has collected over 150 donated items, including necessities such as backpacks, flash drives, and binders. “We appreciate each and every item donated for these children. It’s inspiring to see our local community come together to support one another,” commented Mr. Reeder.
If you would like to make a charitable donation, please contact Voice4Nations’ Orchestrator, Ashley Pardue at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (678) 318-1300 ext. 107 to arrange a pick up. For more information and a list of school supplies needed, visit http://www.voice4nations.org/school-supply-drive. As an added benefit, all contributions are tax deductible.
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Voice4Nations, the non-profit outreach of VoiceNation, acts as a voice for the nations – a voice for those who can’t speak for themselves, like the 50 percent of all children who live in poverty. Voice4Nations’ goal is to create awareness, encourage people to make a difference, and connect them with successful organizations where they can make a contribution directly funding the need. To learn more about Voice4Nations, visit http://www.voice4nations.org.