Helping Children In School - Jamaica!
One of the returning guests on the message board "Sublimebrad" had a great suggestion and will follow up!
We know that education of our children is the key to a successful future. That is why marketable skills gained through effective education is a key objective for The Issa Trust Foundation.
If you want to donate school supplies for the children of Jamaica and do not want to carry them in your suit case, please send them directly to me. In July, we will be shipping our medical supplies and school supplies to Jamaica.
Send to: Diane Pollard, 2401 8th Street Court SW, Altoona, IA 50009
We will take pictures and post on the board for you to see. Also, please join us on facebook!!!
School bags, kleenex packets, Glue sticks, Scissors, Ballpoint pens, No. 2 pencils, Colored pencils, A pencil sharpener (hand-held with a top to collect shavings), A large pink eraser (The old-fashioned ones do the best erasing.), Water-based markers, A four-ounce bottle of white glue, Highlighters, Spiral-bound or composition notebooks, wide line if possible, A three-ring binder, pocket folders, ruler, scotch tape.
If you or your organization would like to adopt a school, please let me know!
We are humbled by your support,
Diane Pollard, President & CEO
School Visit and Donation
I am interested in your organization and wondering how to go about arranging a school visit/donation. I will be a first time visitor to Jamaica, staying May 12-20th at CSA in Negril.
I have returned to college to become an Elementary Educator and would LOVE to visit an elementary school while there.
Please let me know how I can arrange this. Thank you!