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Giving Back To The Community
Adopt-A-School Project 2014
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Giving Back to Our Community
Notary Public Day 2016
For the first time at Notary Public Day program, Notaries participated in a food drive for the Capital Area Food Bank by donating canned and dry food products. As noted in the EMAIL below, the donations by Notaries translate into 93 meals for the needy. Thanks to Notaries Public for giving back to our community.

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Giving Back To Our Community

Giving back to the community always seems like something we will do later, rather than something we can do now. If you are part of the workforce, active in your church, have children, or simply maneuvering the challenges of a household, giving back to the community may not be at the top of your list. Your intentions may be good; but, your thoughts are on the fact that money may be a little tight, time may be limited and why bother, you couldn't make that big of a difference on your own, right?

Not so fast. Making a positive impact in your community can be easy. You don't need a heap of money or a lot of time. Just a crew of Notaries contributing school supplies can make a difference in the lives of our children in the public school system. Simply, your small participation in Giving Back To The Community Adopt-A-School Project 2014, can make a huge difference.


Adopt-A-School Project 2014

Mission: To help children in need of school supplies.
Plan: To donate school supplies to approximately 10 schools in Prince George's and surrounding Counties.
Method: Notaries can bring school supplies to Prince George's Community College on the dates classes are held. There will be a designated area to leave school supplies.

The following list of school supplies iss a guideline in donating school supplies.

• #2 Pencils • Spiral Notebooks • Paper Towels
• Erasers • Boxes of Tissues • 24-Count Crayons
• Hand Sanitizers • Glue Sticks • Scissors
• Clorox Wipes • Post-it Notes • Folders w/ 2 pockets
• Black Composition Notebooks • Index Cards • Book Bag/Back Pack
• Plastic Ziplock Bags (Gallon size) •White Out • Rulers w/ 12 inches and 30 centimeters
• Notebook paper • Non-battery pencil sharpener • Money is acceptable also
Please note that this project is voluntary.

Two Notaries, Terri Miller and Gloria Dixon, have volunteered to coordinate this project. Check the Class Calendar and bring supplies to the next class. If you are not attending the class; you can just leave the supplies in the designated area. Please fill out and submit this form with your school supplies. Please let Elaine know your interest in participating in the Adopt-a-School Project 2014 by simply filling in the appropriate fields/boxes on the Contact Form and clicking submit.

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