MY WISH FOR YOU CAMPAIGN
Please help us fill 37,000 backpacks with notes of inspiration and encouragement to the students we serve, through our #MyWishForYou Campaign. These notes will be delivered to students in the backpacks distributed throughout the fall via our Teacher Free Store and Mobile Outreach Programs.
How to Help
This campaign has captured the hearts and minds of many local area businesses, schools and groups, but we need your help to make our goal. Whether large commitments or small, every card counts in brightening the day, the school year or a lifetime of these kids … one card at a time.
Do you want to make a positive impact? Would you like to involve your company, organization or school group in our #MyWishForYou Campaign?
Please contact Stephen Bernstein for additional information.
If you would like to submit your own personal wish for a child, please follow the link below. We'll make sure it gets delivered to a deserving student.
Thank to our growing list of partners for their generosity of time and encouragement to the students we serve. Our current list of partners include the following:
Cincinnati Reds Community Fund
Cincinnati Financial Corporation
FRCH Design Worldwide
Great American Insurance Group
Hughes STEM High School
Marvin Lewis Community Fund
Ohio National Financial Services
The Seven Hills School
WLWT News 5
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