Last week I shared with you the great website, Schoola.com. It sells gently used children & teen clothing at great prices and they give back by donating money to needy schools. This website is such a fit for Momsfunmoney! We are all about buying things at great prices, and giving back to those in need is so important. Schoola has generously offered a 20% off code that you all can use! Click HERE to visit their website and use the code BacktoSchoola20 at check out. This code expires August 20th, just in time for back to school shopping!
My daughter and I did some shopping yesterday and I will be sharing in a separate what we got :)
Also a reminder, I have chosen Kipp Academy as the school that Moms Fun Money is going to support. Click HERE to learn more about this school and their needs. So each time you click on our LINK and make a purchase $1 will be donated to them. Also, if you request a donation bag they will also give $1 to Kipp Academy. A great way to clean out those closest for a worthy cause. I am telling you, giving back is so worth it.
Last time I shared some of the small toddler choices I loved so this time I thought I would show you some of the teen choices.
Teen Shirt $3.06 $4.50
KIPP Academy – Goal: $25,000 to fund the music program
A small school in the Bronx, KIPP Academy works hard to support kids who need all the help they can get. Ninety-five percent of its students qualify for free or reduced-cost lunch. More than one in seven receives special education services. Music helps KIPP Academy reach and engage every child who enters its doors. The slogan on the Music Room wall sets the stage—All of Us Will Learn Music. No matter what backgrounds they come from or what challenges they face, they learn lessons together that will serve them the rest of their lives.
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