Every fall through Project Cool, Seattle King County Coalition on Homelessness (SKCCH) members and volunteers make helps homeless students who may have lost most or all of their personal possessions get the school supplies they need to feel confident and be prepared for the start of school. For more than 24 years, Project Cool has helped more than 23,000 homelessness students be ready for the first day of school. Project Cool for Back-to-School needs volunteers this month to help prepare 1,300 backpacks to make sure that homeless children in preschool through twelfth grade start the school year off right in the fall. Click here to find out how you can be involved or contact Kathryn Murdock, Project Cool 2013 Coordinator at email@example.com.
Help homeless students start the school year off right! Each year, the Seattle/King County Coalition on Homelessness’ Project Cool provides backpacks, school supplies, and gift certificates for new shoes to homeless children in King County. Volunteers are needed to help sort, group, and pack school supplies into backpacks for an hour or all day on the following dates:
- Monday, August 1
- Wednesday, August 3
- Monday, August 8
- Wednesday, August 10
To sign up, contact Jennifer Pargas, Volunteer Coordinator, at 206-926-9300.
If you have no time, but still want to support Project Cool, you may choose to donate online. Donations are tax-deductible.