South Plainfield School Supply Drive

Help our community children succeed in school by supporting the first annual South Plainfield School Supply Drive.  

 S.P. High School students Nick Loniewski and Brandon Shine were looking for service project ideas to help their local community.  They researched ideas and realized this was something our community is in need of.  The Juniors, along with fellow High School students Nick Dellasala, Mitch Dudak, Vinny Esposito, Andrew Loniewski, Johnny Padovano & Troy O'Connor will be collecting school supplies at the PAL building on 8/17 from 10:00am - 2:00pm out side the wrestling room.   Refreshments will be served.         

Monetary Donations and Gift Cards to Purchase supplies accepted and no donation is too small.   

  Basic Supplies Needed: *Backpacks *Lunch Boxes *Pencil Box   * Pencil Case *#2 Pencils *Markers * Crayons *Colored Pencils *Pens *Highlighter *Pencil Sharpener *Subject Notebooks *Composition Notebooks *Solid Colored Folders *Binders *Lined Paper *Scissors *Glue Sticks *Erasers* Dry Erase Markers

Pick up of donations available. In need of supplies or know someone who may benefit?  Please call 908-501-8363 for more information.

Supplies will be distributed to SP Children & Schools in need.

 

 

Contact Information
  1. Nick Loniewski and Brandon Shine
  2. 9085018363
  3. theloniewskis@yahoo.com
Sat, August 17
10:00 am — 2:00 pm
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Help our community children succeed in school by supporting the first annual South Plainfield School Supply Drive.

S.P. High School students Nick Loniewski and Brandon Shine were looking for service project ideas to help their local community. They researched ideas and realized this was something our community is in need of. The Juniors, along with fellow High School students Nick ...

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