Launches New Back to School & Charity Initiative

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Giant 40% off August home lighting sale perfectly timed for 2012 tax-free weekend and “What Will Be Your Legacy Month”, while boosting charity initiatives to help hardest hit kids.

This August everyone has the chance to not only find a great bargain on new home lighting fixtures but to help less fortunate children to have a better chance at getting a great education and enjoy a brighter future.

August is “What Will Be Your Legacy Month” and when most states run ‘tax-free weekend’ as children head back to school. It is a time for grabbing fabulous deals on back to school supplies and clothes as well as to set kids up for a great school year and helping younger generations to receive a solid education is clearly a part of the legacy everyone should want to leave behind.

Unfortunately the U.S. Secretary of Education warned yesterday that looming budget cuts are set to automatically slash $1.1 billion in funding which supports 4,000 schools serving almost 2 million disadvantaged students, eliminate almost $1 billion in special education funding for 7 million children with disabilities, restrict the availability of student loans for higher education and could result in the layoff of more than 25,000 teachers.

Online home lighting retailer Suitable Lamps has announced a way everyone can do a little more to help kids in need while enjoying picking up unbelievable deals on designer light fixtures. The website’s massive 10-40% off summer sale means big and immediate savings for those looking for attractive new home lighting fixtures in coordination with an initiative which donates up to 20% of profits to charitable causes for helping some of the country’s hardest hit kids.

Those with their own school aged children or grandchildren will certainly find this a unique opportunity simultaneously put some stylish home lighting finishes to their homes while ensuring plenty of light during the coming darker months of the year so that younger generations can adequately apply themselves to their homework.

Company spokesman Tom Guillen said, “We saw this as a critical move to help kids in need, a valuable way to give back after the incredible popularity our lighting fixtures have received this year and every member of our team truly hopes our charity work will be a part of our own legacy and one which will inspire other businesses to do their part too”.

Anyone wanting to check out the stunning home lighting designs from the site and find out more information on the programs will find it at

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