Steinberg Law Firm Collects Needed Supplies For Annual Backpack Drive
“An investment in knowledge pays the best interest.” – Benjamin Franklin
The three Steinberg Law Firm office locations in the Charleston area will serve as collection sites for the 2018 backpack drive. We encourage you to drop off any of the listed school supplies at any of our locations:
61 Broad Street, Downtown Charleston
118 S Goose Creek Blvd, Goose Creek
103 Grandview Drive, Summerville
Do you remember how exciting it was to purchase and pack your school supplies in your backpack for the first day of school? Digging through a rainbow of new scissors and colored pencils, packing and repacking your backpack before the first day of school.
Or, do you remember feeling like you didn’t have any of the right supplies? Feeling nervous that you only have last year’s dried out markers, or maybe no school supplies at all, for the first day of school.
We invite you to help us make tomorrow a better place, by providing the necessary school supplies to classrooms and children in the tricounty area, through the South Carolina YLD Annual Backpack Drive. This is the fifth consecutive year we have been able to partner with the Youth Lawyers Division to complete a success for backpack drive. This year’s Backpack Drive will run July 27- August 8th, just before the school year comes to a start!
What School Supplies Are Needed?
Below is a list of basic school supplies needed for the backpack drive.
Spiral Bound Notebooks
Loose Leaf Paper (Wide- and College-Ruled)
Mechanical and #2 Pencils
3×5 Index Cards
Boxes of Kleenex
At the Steinberg Law Firm, we believe that prepared with the right tools, resources, and determination, anyone is capable of success. And, that everyone can create positive change within their community through the actions they complete today. We can’t wait to see all the amazing school supplies our community can provide for its future generations. If you have any questions about the backpack drive, please contact Yani Smith at email@example.com .
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