Samaritan House’s Largest Back-to-School Giveaway Scheduled for tomorrow Saturday August 6th in San Mateo

South San Francisco, CA    August 5, 2016  Submitted by Samaritan House


Hello, on behalf of Samaritan House, we would like to invite you to one of the biggest events of the year. Details are below, please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions. Hope to see you there!

Who: Samaritan House, nearly 900 local children living in poverty, and volunteers/donors from the community
What: A photo opportunity with nearly 900 eligible children at our fourth annual Back-to-School Giveaway. Children in grades K – 12 whose families are registered to utilize services at Samaritan House will receive a brand-new, fashionable backpack of their choice full of age appropriate school supplies and either a brand new pair of shoes, or a gift card for Payless Shoe Store and/or Old Navy! The massive line of giddy and excited children is largest right around 10 AM.
Where: Samaritan House’s Kids Closet, 1st Floor, 4031 Pacific Blvd. San Mateo, CA 94403
When: Tomorrow – Saturday, August 6th at 10:00 AM

A backpack drive this large takes a village, literally, but we would like to send an extra big thank you a few of our in-kind donors who really went above and beyond this year including SnapLogic, PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, Menlo Church, Wells Fargo, Hope Lutheran Church San Mateo, Guidewire Software, Inc. and Congregational Church of San Mateo.

Please feel free to reach out if you have any questions at all. You can also call Rebecca’s cell personally at (650) 504-9392 anytime. If you plan on attending, please RSVP by calling, texting or emailing one of the listed contacts. Upon arrival at the event, please ask for Rebecca Kleinsmith, Communications and Public Relations Specialist.


Please note Everything South City has no additional information on this program. Please use the contact info above. Thank you.

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