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by:Osgoodway     2020-02-14
When Maggie Fox can reach out, she is not the one who can stand.
So when she learned that many children might return to school without important supplies, she took immediate action.
At the beginning, Folkes and her staff at Marville Port in Port Credit after reading a story on the front page of the Mississauga Sharjah booster, the group is collecting 20 backpacks full of school supplies for poor children.
They come from different backgrounds, including at least three people with special needs.
Reachout plans to distribute them to pre-
Registered children at the sixth Reachout community barbecue at Richards Memorial Park on Saturday.
\"When we handed the backpack to Angela (Thorpe)
\"At the Reachout committee, we thought we were going to finish her list,\" Folkes said . \".
\"Instead, we found that only two other people donated one backpack each.
I felt bad when I saw the look on her face.
Folkes and her 90-year-old employeeE.
The office thinks it\'s not good enough.
They called the company they were doing business with and asked for donations.
Companies like Home Alone Property Management and investor aster\'s investor group have passed, and many individuals have passed.
Folkes and her staff went out shopping with money.
\"Staples Sets Aside sales rules for up to six items so we can get our school supplies to fill up our backpacks,\" she said . \".
\"Bentley luggage in the heart of Erin Mills Town took us two hours to help us find the best --
Price the backpack and then give us a big discount so we can get more.
\"The people of Marville Travel came together and produced a total of 66 backpacks full of school necessities.
Folkes said they bought \"cool\" backpacks very carefully.
\"Every child should go to school with a backpack that they feel is good,\" she said . \".
Still, Angela Thorpe, executive director of the Reachout committee, said they were still not enough.
Boys and Girls in grade 4 need at least 30 more backpacks8.
They also need paper, pencils, pens, calculators, dictionaries, geometric groups, notebooks and binder.
Backpacks and school supplies need to be delivered to the office of the reach committee at Dundas St. 130, Thorpe saidE.
Before five o\'clock P. M. Friday. m.
Before that, they can get off on any day between 9: 30. m. and 5 p. m.
Cheques should be paid to the contact committee.
\"Maybe the good weather makes us forget that the school is about to start,\" Folkes said . \".
\"When you get something for your child, it\'s not a lot of money to buy some extra school supplies or backpacks,\" she added . \".
When Maggie Fox can reach out, she is not the one who can stand.
So when she learned that many children might return to school without important supplies, she took immediate action.
At the beginning, Folkes and her staff at Marville Port in Port Credit after reading a story on the front page of the Mississauga Sharjah booster, the group is collecting 20 backpacks full of school supplies for poor children.
They come from different backgrounds, including at least three people with special needs.
Reachout plans to distribute them to pre-
Registered children at the sixth Reachout community barbecue at Richards Memorial Park on Saturday.
\"When we handed the backpack to Angela (Thorpe)
\"At the Reachout committee, we thought we were going to finish her list,\" Folkes said . \".
\"Instead, we found that only two other people donated one backpack each.
I felt bad when I saw the look on her face.
Folkes and her 90-year-old employeeE.
The office thinks it\'s not good enough.
They called the company they were doing business with and asked for donations.
Companies like Home Alone Property Management and investor aster\'s investor group have passed, and many individuals have passed.
Folkes and her staff went out shopping with money.
\"Staples Sets Aside sales rules for up to six items so we can get our school supplies to fill up our backpacks,\" she said . \".
\"Bentley luggage in the heart of Erin Mills Town took us two hours to help us find the best --
Price the backpack and then give us a big discount so we can get more.
\"The people of Marville Travel came together and produced a total of 66 backpacks full of school necessities.
Folkes said they bought \"cool\" backpacks very carefully.
\"Every child should go to school with a backpack that they feel is good,\" she said . \".
Still, Angela Thorpe, executive director of the Reachout committee, said they were still not enough.
Boys and Girls in grade 4 need at least 30 more backpacks8.
They also need paper, pencils, pens, calculators, dictionaries, geometric groups, notebooks and binder.
Backpacks and school supplies need to be delivered to the office of the reach committee at Dundas St. 130, Thorpe saidE.
Before five o\'clock P. M. Friday. m.
Before that, they can get off on any day between 9: 30. m. and 5 p. m.
Cheques should be paid to the contact committee.
\"Maybe the good weather makes us forget that the school is about to start,\" Folkes said . \".
\"When you get something for your child, it\'s not a lot of money to buy some extra school supplies or backpacks,\" she added . \".
When Maggie Fox can reach out, she is not the one who can stand.
So when she learned that many children might return to school without important supplies, she took immediate action.
At the beginning, Folkes and her staff at Marville Port in Port Credit after reading a story on the front page of the Mississauga Sharjah booster, the group is collecting 20 backpacks full of school supplies for poor children.
They come from different backgrounds, including at least three people with special needs.
Reachout plans to distribute them to pre-
Registered children at the sixth Reachout community barbecue at Richards Memorial Park on Saturday.
\"When we handed the backpack to Angela (Thorpe)
\"At the Reachout committee, we thought we were going to finish her list,\" Folkes said . \".
\"Instead, we found that only two other people donated one backpack each.
I felt bad when I saw the look on her face.
Folkes and her 90-year-old employeeE.
The office thinks it\'s not good enough.
They called the company they were doing business with and asked for donations.
Companies like Home Alone Property Management and investor aster\'s investor group have passed, and many individuals have passed.
Folkes and her staff went out shopping with money.
\"Staples Sets Aside sales rules for up to six items so we can get our school supplies to fill up our backpacks,\" she said . \".
\"Bentley luggage in the heart of Erin Mills Town took us two hours to help us find the best --
Price the backpack and then give us a big discount so we can get more.
\"The people of Marville Travel came together and produced a total of 66 backpacks full of school necessities.
Folkes said they bought \"cool\" backpacks very carefully.
\"Every child should go to school with a backpack that they feel is good,\" she said . \".
Still, Angela Thorpe, executive director of the Reachout committee, said they were still not enough.
Boys and Girls in grade 4 need at least 30 more backpacks8.
They also need paper, pencils, pens, calculators, dictionaries, geometric groups, notebooks and binder.
Backpacks and school supplies need to be delivered to the office of the reach committee at Dundas St. 130, Thorpe saidE.
Before five o\'clock P. M. Friday. m.
Before that, they can get off on any day between 9: 30. m. and 5 p. m.
Cheques should be paid to the contact committee.
\"Maybe the good weather makes us forget that the school is about to start,\" Folkes said . \".
\"When you get something for your child, it\'s not a lot of money to buy some extra school supplies or backpacks,\" she added . \".
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