A Backpack and School Supplies for a Child

A Backpack and School Supplies for a Child

Donate A Backpack and School Supplies for a Child

A Backpack and School Supplies for a Child



Children in Angels Of Hope-supported homes need proper supplies to learn and have the chance for a brighter future. Your gift provides a child in a loving home with a much-needed backpack to protect their books and supplies to help them study.

Increased Access to Education:

Many families living in poverty cannot afford basic school supplies, making it difficult for children to attend school regularly. By providing backpacks and school supplies, barriers to education are lowered, enabling more children to attend school regularly and access the educational resources they need to succeed.

Improved Academic Performance:

Having access to necessary school supplies such as notebooks, pencils, and textbooks can significantly enhance a child’s ability to engage in learning activities and complete assignments. As a result, providing these supplies can lead to improved academic performance among students, ultimately increasing their chances of success in school.

Boosted Self-Esteem and Confidence:

For children living in poverty, receiving a new backpack filled with school supplies can be a source of pride and excitement. It sends a message that they are valued and deserving of the same opportunities as their peers. This boost in self-esteem and confidence can have a positive impact on their overall well-being and motivation to succeed academically.

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In recent days, a surge of violence in Haiti has forced at least 360,000 people out of their homes. Food For The Poor’s distribution centers need more resources to serve the 4 million people who are now facing acute food insecurity. Help us restock and ship more containers to respond to the immediate crisis and prepare the recovery efforts to help internally displaced families return home.

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