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Kids deserve to have access to the school supplies needed to learn. They should be surrounded by good books, convenient supplies, and the materials necessary to conduct projects and experiments.

Students who aren’t given the necessary school supplies (such as text book, text copy, pencil, and plenty of paper for rough work) can become frustrated and have a difficult time in class. Readily available school supplies let students and teachers focus on what’s really important? – learning.

You can help kids have a better education by donating school supplies to a classroom in need. In just a couple of hours, you can make a difference and will probably even find donate-able school supplies sitting unused in your own home.

It’s easy to donate school supplies. In fact, you can probably fit this project in today’s lunch break. Simply choose the way that fits you best.

Search your house for any usable office supplies that you no longer need. Don’t worry if your supplies are slightly used – teachers will be so happy to have the school supplies that they won’t be too picky about their condition. Here are a few basic items you may want to look for:

  • lined papers
  • exercise books (4 line/broad line/small square/drawing)
  • ink pen
  • black lead pencil
  • lead pencil erasers
  • highlighters
  • staples and a stapler
  • glue sticks
  • markers
  • tape
  • art supplies (primary & elementary and art classes)
  • chart paper
  • color pencils
  • water paint
  • paint brush
  • crayon colors
  • story book (Urdu / English)

You may also want to pick up some school supplies from your local book/stationery store. Then, put your donation in a bag and drop it off at our main office. If you think you cannot drop these, give a call at +92 300 9492671 or drop few words in an email

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