Support Benjamin Franklin Elementary Mathematics & Science School While Makin’ Groceries!
Uptown Winn-Dixie partners with Ben Franklin Elementary as part of School Donation Program
Benjamin Franklin Elementary Mathematics & Science School has been chosen by the Winn-Dixie at 5400 Tchoupitoulas St. in Uptown, New Orleans to be a part of its School Donation Program in August.
From Wednesday, August 16 – Tuesday, August 29, Winn-Dixie shoppers can donate to the school while makin’ groceries! While grocery shopping, customers are encouraged to round up to benefit Ben Franklin Elementary in two ways: by rounding up their purchase or donating at check out; and/or customers are invited to purchase a reusable Community Bag with a Giving Tag. Each bag comes with a $1 community donation tag, and Benjamin Franklin Elementary will be the designated recipient of the Community Bag funds for the month of August. Once the program ends, Ben Franklin will use the funds raised to support its students, teachers, faculty and staff for the new school year.
“We are so thrilled to be chosen by Winn-Dixie to be a recipient of this program,” said Benjamin Franklin Elementary Mathematics & Science School CEO Darryl Kilbert. “We are thankful for Winn-Dixie’s ongoing commitment to partnering with local schools to support the future leaders of our communities. We will put these funds to good use for our amazing students!”
Benjamin Franklin Elementary Mathematics & Science School currently serves 735 students in grades K-8 on two campuses in Uptown New Orleans. Benjamin Franklin Elementary Mathematics & Science School believes in accelerating the learning of all students through data driven inquiry, reflective teaching, and powerful learning. Our mission is to educate children to excel academically and individually. For more information go to: www.babyben.org
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