Thursday, 20 February 2020 11:04

Saratoga Independent School, Wellspring and Northshire Bookstore to Promote Leap of Kindness Day 2020

SARATOGA SPRINGS — Please consider supporting two local organizations and one local business on Leap of Kindness Day Saturday, February 29, 2020! Shop at Northshire Bookstore Saratoga on February 29 and March 1 to help support Saratoga Independent School and WellSpring.

When you mention Saratoga Independent School at checkout, Northshire will donate 20% of your total sale back to the school. Money raised at the Book Fair will go towards the school's Annual Fund. The Annual Fund is used to directly enhance and support the student experience at SIS. It is also used to support financial aid, equipment upgrades, teacher professional development opportunities, and enrichment and enhancements above and beyond what can be provided by tuition alone.

While at Northshire, consider purchasing books to donate to children in need. Many times, people leaving a domestic violence relationship are forced to leave behind many of their personal belongings. This can be extremely difficult, especially for their children. Having a new book allows families the opportunity to bond and momentarily escape from what is happening. Your support will help Wellspring clients in so many ways as they transition to safety and a new beginning.

Collection bins will be located at the register inside Northshire for the entire weekend.

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