Schoola Stitch Lets Parents Shop Smart and Give Back at the Same Time this Holiday Season

Share Article

New "Twice as Nice" campaign makes it easy for parents to land great deals, support schools, and help the needy with one simple click.

Parents get deep discounts and schools get much needed funds. Our Twice as Nice drive now adds another important component by giving an item of clothing to a needy child for each one purchased during this special period.

Helping the needy is now as simple as shopping for clothes. The ground breaking school fundraising program, Schoola Stitch is launching a special Twice as Nice campaign this shopping season. For every item of clothing purchased at SchoolaStitch.com, the program will donate an item of clothing to a child in need. The campaign starts on Black Friday, November 29 and runs through Friday, December 6.

Schoola Stitch is a smart, modern school fundraiser. Tens of thousands of gently used name brand kids clothes, donated by parents across the country, are available for sale at huge savings at the company’s website. A portion of every sale goes right back to the school that donated the item, making this a turnkey way for schools to raise funds. Already, more than 3000 schools have taken part!

Now, the program is going one step further with Twice as Nice.

"Schoola Stitch is already designed as a win-win," said Stacey Boyd, founder and CEO. "Parents get deep discounts and schools get much needed funds. Our Twice as Nice drive now adds another important component by giving an item of clothing to a needy child for each one purchased during this special period."

About Schoola Stitch

Schoola Stitch is a brand new way to shop for kid's clothing, while also serving as a school fundraiser. Gently used items are collected and sold online with a portion going right back to the school from where it was collected.

For more information and interview requests please contact Ann Noder, Pitch Public Relations, at Ann(at)PitchPublicRelations(dot)com or (480) 263-1557.

Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Ann Noder
Visit website