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Big Fat World Tours Supports Classroom Central

Posted by: lauren in Blog, Events, Fundraisers 1 year, 2 months ago

Big Fat World Tours Logo

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Time Warner Cable helps behind the scenes

Posted by: classroomcentral in Behind the Scenes, Fundraisers 5 years, 9 months ago

It truly takes a community to make the work that Classroom Central does possible. From our corporate donors, to our volunteers, to our supply drive superstars, we couldn’t do it without the help of dedicated individuals and companies.  Many times we showcase amazing supply drives and events, but today we wanted to showcase some behind-the-scenes stardom.

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Classroom Central Field Day

Posted by: classroomcentral in Fundraisers 5 years, 10 months ago

On Saturday, November 4th, we held Classroom Central Field Day at Memorial Stadium.  The event was a day of nostalgic field day games, food and family fun.  Corporate sponsors and the community had a blast participating in the festivities together.

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Golfing for Classroom Central

Posted by: classroomcentral in Fundraisers 5 years, 11 months ago

A few weeks ago, we were fortunate to have a group of super volunteers organize a golf tournament on our behalf. The tournament was inspired when a few of them attended our 2011 Color A Brighter Future Luncheon.  As that event showcases stories from students and teachers about how Classroom Central helps them, we can’t blame them for getting motivated to help us in our efforts!

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School Supply Mania

Posted by: classroomcentral in Behind the Scenes, Blog, Events & Supply Drives, Fundraisers, School Supply Tips 6 years, 1 month ago

Here at Classroom Central, Summer is our busiest season.  It’s the time we are collecting supplies, organizing them and why we are here:  delivering them to the kids.   In August, we are grateful that our warehouse is busy with supply drive drop offs to help make our mission to supply the 135,000 students living in poverty possible.

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