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20 Days of Schoola

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This post has been brought to you by Schoola. Thank you for allowing us to help bring beautiful music to the Bronx!

Remember a few weeks ago we talked about KIPP Academy? Well 20 Days of Schoola might be coming to a close, but that does not mean you can’t continue to support the Schoola team. This online childrens’ marketplace gives 40% of the proceeds to school programs in need.

By offering gently used, perfect and new-with tags, clothing, Schoola not only provides parents with an incredible selection of designer brand name clothing at a fraction of the cost, but will send the portion of the money to the school of your choice.

A quick glance at Tots closet would show she has a growing preference for Peek! Arent’ You Curious, Tea Collection and Hanna Andersson. Schoola had a fantastic inventory of these brands and we made out really well. Especially with the brand new Tea dress and Gymboree skirt.

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How can you make a difference? 

Shop on Schoola.com

Not only will you be helping out KIPP Academy, but for every bag request or transaction using one of the Schoola links on this page, Schoola will donate $1 to your sponsored school.

Order between now and August 20, 2014 using promo code: BacktoSchoola20 AND receive an additional 20% off. 

Request a Schoola clothing donation bag

I love this one. Did you know only three small bags of Schoola clothing are needed to be sold in order to purchase one violin for the program? Who would have thought cleaning your closets would actually bring music and arts to the community? And Schoola is ready to give back to your school as well! 40% of the proceeds from the clothes you donate will go directly to the school of your choice. Oh, and it’s FREE! Yup. They pay for all the postage.  Request a Schoola donation bag via this link 

Schoola Donation Bags

For inspiration, please check out my back 2 school Pinterest board sponsored by Schoola. Schoola is the best place to buy discounted kids clothes all while give back to schools in need. Click here to learn more about Schoola. Click here to see what people are saying.

Photo credits: Nicole Standley, KIPP Academy Middle School and Schoola

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Review overview
  • Carlee C August 18, 2014

    I’ll have to mention this to the other parents at my kid’s school. I think this would be a great way to give back and also a wonderful way to upcycle clothing.

  • Kelly Hutchinson August 18, 2014

    I love this idea in stead of giving to a local thrift store who keeps the profits for themselves.

  • Rosey August 18, 2014

    I love that you can donate so little of an amount for such a big result! I had a violin player in the house for years. I think music is so very important for the kiddos. I love all I’ve been reading about the program and how they’re helping the schools and children. Very cool!

  • Ashley M August 18, 2014

    Wow, I love that proceeds go directly to my students school! It really is an all around winning program.

  • Christina August 18, 2014

    What an amazing idea. And to be honest, I really need to clean out the closets. Motivation to organize AND make a difference. Awesome!

  • Krista August 19, 2014

    I agree that this has got to be one of the best programs out there. So often when kids are unable to wear the same clothes as the other kids in their class they feel less than. Teasing can often begin with such a thing. This provides everyone the opportunity to feel a part of a group or a trend while allowing us as parents the blessing to give to our schools. Thank you for sharing this.


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