SHS is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization whose mission is to improve educational equity. This is accomplished primarily through the reallocation of supplies and furnishings from affluent educational institutions and businesses to educational institutions in low-income and disadvantaged areas. SHS also seeks to provide financial support to schools in need.
The primary focus of Students Helping Students is to help bridge the education inequality gap that has been and still is plaguing our school systems today. Our belief is that without the appropriate amount of resources for each teacher and student of every school, a meaningful educational experience is simply not possible. Through our various programs, we hope to bring relief to as many schools as possible by recycling gently-used supplies and also providing new resources for schools that are in need.
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Students Helping Students enables schools to donate supplies to students who need them. As a teacher, I am happy to support this valuable educational service!
Radnor Township School District is pleased to partner with the Students Helping Students organization to make good use of books and other curriculum materials and equipment after our use of these items has run its course. It is good to know that our taxpayer dollars are not ending up in the landfill but rather helping students in other areas of the state and nation continue their very valuable education.
As a librarian, I understand the importance of getting books into children’s hands. I have been a very enthusiastic supporter of the Students Helping Students program to provide books and other materials for students who need them. We are so proud of our affiliation with this effort.
The Book Give-Away was an awesome event! The teachers, community members, and students enjoyed being able to select class and personal reading materials. Students recommended to their teachers which books to add to their classroom libraries, and teachers, thrilled to encourage reading, happily obliged. We need more events like this for our community! Quality Education Academy is always happy to host the Book Give-Away.
Students Helping Students has provided fantastic resources to our school. With budget restraints, their gifts of books to our media center have been invaluable.
“It has been a great experience and a joy to work with Students Helping Students. It was so pleasing to see and hear the expressions of the instructors and administrators, while looking through and making selections from the materials that were being given away, especially with economic conditions and budget cuts such as they are. The supplemental books and materials seemed to be received with a lot of enthusiasm by all who came. Thank you, Bill, for allowing me to help with and participate in what have proven to be very successful Book Fairs in the various schools we have taken this to in the Winston-Salem Forsyth County system.”
“My students and I love to read, and your hard work and dedication for students shows through to us from your heart. Our classroom library grew because of these books. My students picked out one to take home to read with their parent or sibling. Again, thank you and your organization.”
“Thank you for giving us all of those books for Ms. Davis’ class. Ms. Davis’ class needed to use those books for class. At Quality Education Academy we need more. If you have any more we can use that will be grateful for us.”
“Thank you for giving the books to Ms. Davis’ class. We can read the books at Quality Eduaction Academy. We truly thank you. That means so much to us.”
“We will continue to read to make us smarter. The class will truly appreciate you. Quality Education Academy will continue to read because of your kindness.”
“Thank you for giving us three cartons with books in them. Mrs. Davis class loved the Goosebumps books. My classmates really appreciate you giving us those books for free. And we just want to say thank you.”
“Thank you for your niceness and diligence. I’m glad you gave us books because books are important to me because they give information about people and history.”
“Ms. Davis’s 4th grade class at Quality Education Academy would like to thank you for all of the books you gave to us. The books will truly increase our reading this year. Thank you for helping our 4th grade class.”
“Thank you for the books Mr. Zandi. We had fun reading all the books. It is cool. We got to pick our books at Quality Education Academy.”
“Thanks again for the book donations for Mineral Springs Elementary. Our students will start next year with some new titles to read. You have a good thing going and we appreciate your caring about our students.”
“Great work on supplying us with books. Thank you!”
“Love this book fair idea!”
“Thank you sooo very much for the donation!”
“Thank you for providing these books for students who are less fortunate.”
“Overjoyed! Thank you so so much!”
“This is awesome!”
“Thank you for the free books and your kindness. Excellent customer service and extremely courteous and helpful! Please contact us for more opportunities and getting involved in the community. Thanks!”
“These books will be a much needed addition to our library”