Donation Drive for FCIS School Damaged by Hurricane Michael
by Diego Duran-Medina, Director of Service Learning
Robert F. Munroe Day School in Quincy, Florida, was badly damaged by Hurricane Michael. They are unable to have school on their campus so they have moved to two churches in the area. There are three classrooms and an art room that are being demolished this week. Water and falling roofs destroyed most of the items below and their budget will not allow them to afford to replace these items.
Let's step up and help where we can. Shorecrest will run a donation drive led by the Upper School Interact Club from Monday, October 22 to Friday, November 9. Please deliver donations to Landy Hall. Items will be delivered to Munroe by truck soon after the drive is finished. If anyone knows of a large delivery truck we could borrow, please reach out to email@example.com
Air Brush and Compressor Crayola Washable Paint (Gallon) Classroom TV (65 inch on stand) Canvas Covered Tables / Clay Tables Acrylic Paint Apple Tv Restaurant Soup Containers Drawing Paper 3 teacher iPad devices Clay Extruder Mat Board Mobile Whiteboard - Large Drying Racks Matte Sealing Spray Shelves X-Large Guillotine Paper Cutter Canvases/Canvas Boards Storage Cabinet Weaving Looms and Supplies Ceramic Glaze (Low Fire) Cubbies Respirators Mask Soft Pastels (High Quality) Electric Pencil Sharpener Scupture Wire Clay (Low Fire Talc-Free) Pottery Wheels Gelly Roll Pens (bulk) Pug Mill Sakura Koi Watercolor Paint Tubes Kiln Water Color Paper Kiln Accessories Mod Podge Oil Pastels (High Quality) Plastic Craft Masks Railroad Board (black and color)
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