Media Highlights

Here’s a few links to some of our recent press. We’re always looking for people and partners to help tell our stories.

Recent Broadcast Coverage

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WTVA    Local News of  ACCO Brands Backpack Event

Print  Jenny McCarthey’s  Sirius Radio Interview with Dave Smith

NEWS9    Local News of  Second Responder Event in Oklahoma


Recent Print/Online Coverage

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ad-age-logo  Cause Marketing with Target

StarTribLogo  KINF Teacher of the Year story

NBC_News_logo   Back to School Costs Soar

Pioneer-Press  How a Notebook Can Change a Life


Here’s a few versions of our logo and links to our 2017 marketing materials. If you have any questions, or need something you can’t find, please feel free to reach out.

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KINF Marketing Materials/Branding Tools

KINF Program Materials

2017 Boilerplate

About Kids In Need Foundation – The Kids In Need Foundation’s mission is to ensure that every child is prepared to learn and succeed by providing free school supplies nationally to students most in need. The Kids In Need Foundation, a national 501(c)(3) charitable organization founded in 1995, has distributed nearly $900 million in school supplies, directly benefiting 5.4 million students and nearly 200,000 teachers annually. For more information, visit, and join us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram: @KidsInNeed

(To avoid confusion, please be sure the first reference is to our full name, The Kids In Need Foundation, subsequent references can then be shortened to Kids In Need or KINF. Thank you)

2017 Boilerplate Versions

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When families struggle financially, school supplies just can't be a priority. In 2016, we directly supported 5.4 million kids with new supplies.

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