COMMUNITY OUTREACH PROJECTS

 2019-2020 CALENDAR

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2019-2020 CALENDAR

 
Every Friday During the School Year: Giving Fridays for the Food Pantry at Wayne Church (please contact Jen Shank for more information)
 
October: Operation Gratitude Candy Collection for US Troops
November:  RES Food Drive to benefit the Food Pantry Wayne Church and Thanksgiving Baskets for Radnor families
December: Winter Wonderland Gift Drive for Radnor Families and Family Support Services
January: RES Martin Luther King Day, Jr. Service Activities
February: Read For Ronald McDonald House
March: Pennies for Patients Leukemia & Lymphona Society
April: Jump Rope for Heart
May: World Wear Project
June: Lunch Bag Food Drive for Radnor families 

Chair Leslie Kramer

October 2019

 OPERATION GRATITUDE - HALLOWEEN CANDY

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OPERATION GRATITUDE - HALLOWEEN CANDY

November 1 through 8

Did your student receive too much candy while trick or treating? Please send any extra wrapped candy or treats to our school by November 8.  All candy will be sent to an Operation Gratitude drop off location so it can be provided to veterans, first responders, and deployed troops.

NOVEMBER 2019

 FOOD PANTRY WAYNE CHURCH

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FOOD PANTRY WAYNE CHURCH

November 4 through 15

RES Food Drive - Just in time for Thanksgiving! For the second year, RES will be teaming up with Radnor Township's only Food Pantry at Wayne Church, which serves 35+ families every week for over twenty years. This is a wonderful opportunity to serve our neighbors in need!
For the week of Monday, November 4th - Friday, November 15th, each RES classroom will have a donation bag so that students can support this great cause. Please consider donating canned goods or other supplies that have not expired. Items encouraged to donate are:
• canned tuna/chicken
• canned soup
• canned beans
• canned vegetables
• canned fruit
• jams/jellies/peanut butter
• spaghetti sauce
• pasta
• mac & cheese
• boxed rice & mashed potatoes
• cereal
• applesauce
• meal kits (i.e. Hamburger Helper)
• toiletries (i.e. toilet paper, toothpaste, shampoo, soap, etc.)

FEBRUARY 2020

 READ FOR RONALD MCDONALD HOUSE

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READ FOR RONALD MCDONALD HOUSE

February 1 through 28

Help the families staying at the Philadelphia Ronald McDonald House in 4 Easy Steps:

1- Ask your family and friends to sponsor you and give you any amount of money they can for every minute you read in the month of February.
2- Read as much as you can throughout the month and keep track of how many minutes you read each day.
3- The money you collect from your sponsors will help the Philadelphia Ronald McDonald House create a community of comfort and hope for families of seriously ill children.
4- Get fun prizes based on the amount of money you raised!

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MARCH 2020

 PENNIES FOR PATIENTS!  CLASSROOM CONTEST!!

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PENNIES FOR PATIENTS!  CLASSROOM CONTEST!!

March 5 through 29

On Monday, March 5, students will be bringing home a cardboard bank to collect donations to help the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society find a cure for childhood blood cancer.

Students are encouraged to create their banks, label them with their name, and start collecting pennies and other US currency (unfortunately, foreign coins cannot be counted) throughout March. 

Students should return their banks by March 29.  Amounts collected will be tracked by class. 


The class that raises the most money wins a water ice party. The second place class wins a soft pretzel/lemonade party

Students also can donate online RIGHT HERE. 
Be sure to note the student's name and teacher so the class gets credit.

MAY 2020

 WORLD WEAR PROJECT

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WORLD WEAR PROJECT

Donate Your Wearable Used Shoes

May 2020


A recycling bin will be located at RES throughout May (and during the SMART Run) for used, but wearable, shoe donations. Shoes will be sent to the World Wear Project, which makes shoes available to people living in developing countries, such as Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, and El Salvador.

They do not accept steel-toed shoes, shoes with metal cleats, slippers, or inexpensive flip flops. Shoes cannot have holes, tears, or cracking.

Thanks for donating!

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