Updated: Jun 23
Sistahs Who Care (SWC) is a non-profit that's based out of Cary. NC. SWC strives to uplift and encourage individuals from no or low-income backgrounds, including women, men, and children. They do so by providing them with essential resources and engaging activities. Through valuable partnerships with community organizations and the support of dedicated volunteers, SWC is dedicated to making a difference in the lives of those who need it most. Because of this, The Rules of a Big Boss is proud to announce our affiliation with them.
Recognizing the pressing need to support the next generation, SWC has turned its attention to Central Elementary School, where many students arrive without or with insufficient school supplies. The loving faculty at Central Elementary often dig into their own pockets to ensure that these students don't go without the necessary resources. In response, SWC has decided to take a proactive approach to bridging this gap before the school year begins. To achieve this ambitious goal, SWC is launching a school supply drive! By coming together with their or rather our supporters and affiliates, we aim to cover the costs of all required supplies this year. We invite you to be part of this noble cause by checking out SWC's Amazon Wishlist, where you can contribute valuable items. We assure you that all contributions are fully tax-deductible, making it an excellent opportunity to make a positive impact while receiving the tax benefits you deserve.
In addition to material contributions, SWC also welcomes financial contributions. Every donation, regardless of the size, will directly contribute to providing essential supplies and empowering these students with the tools they need to succeed academically. You can donate by going here. Together, let's show these children that their education and success truly matters.
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