Extreme poverty means kids come to school without the necessary tools to learn. Give now to help your gift have a greater impact, supporting more students and changing more lives.
Extreme poverty means kids come to school without the necessary tools to learn. Studies show that when kids have school supplies of their own, classroom behavior and grades improve, self-esteem strengthens, and kids develop better attitudes toward school and learning.
Contact Becky Shaw with any questions about cash or asset donations.
For more information about the type of gifts we accept, read our Gift Acceptance Policy
If you wish to mail a check, please send to:
Kids In Need Foundation
3055 Kettering Blvd., Ste 119
Dayton, OH 45439
In addition to supporting Kids In Need Foundation financially, we are always looking for bulk donations of quality products. We can never have enough school supplies!Learn MoreThirty-One Gifts Consultants Click Here
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Contact Jen Lehman about gift-in-kind donations.
To make a gift-in-kind donation now, please fill out our Online Product Donation Form.
When families struggle financially, school supplies just can't be a priority. In 2017, we directly supported 6.2 million kids with new supplies.