KIDS TO THE RESCUE™ 1ST ANNUAL VALENTINE'S DAY CAMPAIGN, "SEND LOVE SOUTH" REACHED ACROSS THE UNITED STATES
Thank you for helping us help others this past Valentine's Day!
On Valentine's Day 2/14/06, Kids To The Rescue™ (KTTR) challenged all the 55 million K-12 school aged children in the United States to reach out and help the youngest victims of the hurricane disasters. Their lives are far from normal and our continued support is greatly needed.
KTTR asked each kid to find a way to earn and donate at least $1.00 for this cause. By all of us coming together and giving $1.00 during the month of February, we are helping make a difference in the lives of the kids who need it most ... 55 million dollars is powerful message of love and support! With Valentine's messages and donations still being received, our support continues.
We knew it would take commitment at all levels for this to be successful. With the assistance of the heads of education associations at both the state and national levels, more than 65,000 school principals across the nation were notified of our project! But it takes more than notice to make our commitment a success, it takes action! This national "for kids by kids" campaign to "Send Love South" empowered individual kids to know they can still help and showed the kids down south that they have NOT been forgotten.
Please mark your calendars for February 14, 2007, and join in by extending a piece of your heart and doing your part. Start saving pennies now! Remember that it takes only $1.00 from every kid in the United States to make a huge difference in the lives of kids who need help the most.
Please help us spread the word and be a part of this wonderful campaign that truly expresses the meaning of "love" not only on Valentine's Day, but all year long
Thank you with our whole hearts and have a Happy Valentine's Day!
|• Association of Delaware Valley Independent Schools - A membership organization of 134 Independent Schools throughout the tri-state region, covering eastern Pennsylvania, northern Delaware, and Central and Southern New Jersey.|
|• Independent Schools Association of the Central States - A membership organization of more than 200 independent schools from 15 states of the Midwest region.|
|• Minnesota Association of Secondary School Principals - A professional educational association serving over 110 public and nonpublic secondary school administrators throughout the state and dedicated to the improvement of the educational system in the state of Minnesota. The Minnesota Association of Secretaries to the Principals (MASP) Minnesota Association of Student Councils (MASC), and the Minnesota Association of Honor Societies (MAHS) are divisions of MASSP.|
|• Minnesota Elementary School Principals' Association - Provides professional leadership for professional leaders. A statewide association serving a membership of 950+ elementary and middle level principals, and are affiliated with the National Association of Elementary School Principals.|
|• National Association of Elementary School Principals - Established in 1921, NAESP has grown to become the most powerful voice of Pre-K-8 principals across the United States and around the world. NAESP headquartered in Virginia, leads in the advocacy and support for elementary and middle-level principals and other education leaders in their commitment to all children.|
|• National Association of Independent Schools - A membership organization and the national voice of independent education. It represents nearly 1,200 U.S. independent schools, including day, boarding, and day/boarding schools; elementary and secondary schools; boys', girls', and coeducational schools.|
|• National Association of Student Councils - Represents middle level and high school councils nationwide, providing valuable leadership partnership between students and their school. Under the National Association of Secondary School Principals, the organization of and national voice for middle level and high school principals, assistant principals, and aspiring school leaders from across the United States and more than 45 countries around the world.|
|• National Coalition of Girls’ Schools - The Coalition represents 15 girls' schools in the United States -- private and public, day and boarding -- with international affiliates in Canada, Great Britain, South Africa, Australia and New Zealand. Currently, more than 45,000 girls attend Coalition member schools in the U.S.|
|• National Elementary Schools Press Association - Member schools representing 48 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, American Virgin Islands, Australia, and Ireland. NESPA is committed to improving the writing skills of elementary and middle school students by encouraging real-life writing experiences in student-published school.|