Helping refugees resettle in Chicago

Jul 25, 2011

RefugeeOne Back to School Backpack Drive

Hello All,

The first day of school is right around the corner and ReugeeOne's Backpack Drive is underway. Having the right school supplies is the first step in doing well in school.  We want to ensure that refugee youths in our programs are equipped to do well in their studies this academic year.   

Please consider donating to help purchase new school supplies and backpacks for refugee youths.

Or, backpacks filled with school supplies can  be sent or dropped off at our offices:  RefugeeOne, 4753 North Broadway, Suite 401, Chicago, IL  60640, 8:30 am - 4:30 pm. 


backpack, pens, pencils, 4 spiral notebooks, 4 folders, scissors, glue sticks, pencils, notebook paper, 1 ruler, pencil case, crayons, colored pencils or markers 


For more info about our organization and RefugeeOne's Backpack Drive visit our website. Thank you for your incredible support and for investing in our programs.  Your contributions truly make all the difference in the world!


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Chicago, IL, United States

Project Leader

Kim Snoddy

Chicago, IL United States

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