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ICECF to Donate School Supplies to an Entire School in Chicago

ICECF to Donate School Supplies to an Entire School in Chicago

The Illinois Currency Exchange Charitable Foundation (ICECF), believes education is the key to America’s future, and every child deserves the opportunity to be successful in school. To help make this possible, ICECF is awarding supplies to an entire school through its annual Win School Supplies Program. Each student at the winning school will receive an individual age appropriate school supply kit.

The ICECF Win School Supplies Program is open to all Chicago schools with students from Pre-Kindergarten through High School. Parents, students, faculty and even community members are all encouraged to submit an application on behalf of their local school.

ICECF Board members, employees or contracted workers for the foundation, as well as anyone living in their households or directly related will not be eligible to submit an application.

Applicants must complete the entire application, using black pen or a word processor. It must be sent to the ICECF office postmarked no later than July 25, 2014. Applications can be found through http://www.icecf.org/programs.html and must be sent to:

“Win School Supplies for Every Student in a School Contest”


3959 N. Lincoln Ave.

Chicago, IL 60613

The Education Director as well as the ICECF selection committee will select the winning school, who will be notified by August 8, 2014. Up to 2,000 kits will be delivered to the deserving school on the first day of the fall term.

For additional information on ICECF, the Win School Supplies Program, and other initiatives, please visit  ICECF.org or Facebook.com/ICECFoundation.

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