Working together for the common good permeates everything we
The world we share, the communities we serve and the lives
we touch fosters community responsibility, which impacts our
society with change.
Phase I of Project School Box, fills back
packs with school supplies.
Phase II of Project School Box refills those
back packs with school supplies in January.
Here are some of the pictures from this years school
supply distribution. You should have seen the smile
on the faces of the children when they found out
that the fruit cups and cans were for them.
It brighten up a rainy day.
Are you looking for a way to do more?
Hundreds of children are helped each year with backpacks
filled with supplies.
In light of the hardships many families are now facing, all
communities could use some help with school supplies.
A college degree is usually the number one route out of
poverty for many young adults. A college education is said
to elevate an individual’s earning potential and bring
nearly $1 million in spending power back to that person’s
community over their lifetime. However, Mobile County has a
50% high school drop out rate. The potential future of the
county is at risk.
With your help, we can give each child (grades K-12) the
supplies needed to have a more successful year of learning.
We are working to make the process successful for all
children going to school. Alabama is the 7th poorest state
in the nation. Over 1 in 6 Alabamians – and almost 1 in 4
children – live below the federal poverty line; it’s getting
harder for parents to make the hurdle of providing adequate
supplies for their children returning and staying in school.
A $25 donation will supply one child with a backpack filled
with supplies to do their best in school.