MARYLAND — We want our students to enter the new school year feeling prepared to achieve and succeed academically. And what better way to show that support than to contribute to your local book drive or donate funds that will contribute to their success.
Teachers, organizations, and residents across the state are working to make sure our students are fully equipped. Take a look below at how you can donate to a drive for Maryland students:
Morgan State University students need college textbooks:
A Morgan State University professor is raising money to purchase textbooks for her students. She said after noticing that a number of her students could not purchased books for her class because they could not afford them, she started a GoFund Me page to help fund the books.
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Help WMAR-2 News buy books for Baltimore kids
Here at WMAR-2 News, we believe every child deserves to learn and grow through reading. That’s why we are joining forces with The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation and the Scripps Howard Foundation to buy books for kids in Baltimore City Public Schools, specifically, libraries at schools that are already part of the Baltimore Elementary and Middle School Library Project. If you donate $10, you will give a kid four books!
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"Fill the Bus" campaign collects school supplies for economically challenged schools
The Harford County Education Foundation is hoping the community can help them fill a bus with school supplies to aid financially challenged schools in the county. The Harford County Education Foundation will collect the donations, then sort, count, pack, and deliver them to county schools on the first day of the academic year.
Donations can be dropped off several locations prior to Sept. 13, click here to view the full list.
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NSBE-BMAC 2nd Annual Back to School Drive
The National Association of Black Engineers' Baltimore Metropolitan Area Chapter will be hosting a Back to School Drive at 21 Cockeys Mill Road, Reistertown, Maryland. Participants are encouraged to bring school supplies and various school materials.
LINK: If you can't attend the event, you can donate to their Amazon wish list,
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If you know of any donation pages or supply drives in your area, feel free to email WMAR-2 NEWS at email@example.com. Or message us on Twitter @WMAR2News and Facebook at WMAR-2 News.