Tom Fennessy Back-to-School Project Announces its 2007 Drive to Help Underprivileged Children

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The Tom Fennessy Back-to-School Project announced today that is has officially begun its 2007 campaign to help underprivileged children by providing them with backpacks and school supplies necessary for a proper learning experience. The project is dependent on generous support and donations from organizations, foundations, corporations and individuals.

The Tom Fennessy Back-to-School Project announced today that is has officially begun its 2007 campaign to help underprivileged children by providing them with backpacks and school supplies necessary for a proper learning experience. The project is dependent on generous support and donations from organizations, foundations, corporations and individuals.

The mission of the Tom Fennessy Back-to-School Project is to provide backpacks and needed school supplies to disadvantaged children, ages kindergarten through high school, without regard to race or religion. The ultimate goal of this project is to allow these children the opportunity to enter school on an equal basis with their peers and help increase their self esteem.

The Tom Fennessy Back-to-School Project is a 501 (c)(3) organization.

About The Tom Fennessy Back-to- School Project
In 1998 the project provided backpacks to 365 children. Each year the project continues to grow. In 2006, approximately 5,400 backpacks filled with needed school supplies were distributed. The goal for 2007 is to help over 6,000 underprivileged children. This project gives children the opportunity to enter school on the first day with dignity, equipped with the school supplies they need. These efforts are made possible through donations from organizations, corporations, individuals and foundation grants. The Tom Fennessy Back-to-School Project, is an all volunteer, non-profit organization serving the Central Ohio community.

Media Contact:
Betty Kletrovets
614-875-3354
http://www.tomfennessy.org

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