Student Dictionary Fundraiser
Last August, the Rotary Club of West Pearl Harbor raised more than $1800 from family, friends, and the community to purchase student dictionaries for over 600 third-graders in Waipahu-area schools.
These young students, many of them from underprivileged and immigrant families, learned words like “kindness”… “compassion”... “nurturing”… “mentoring”… many words that describe you, our donors, for caring about young minds … for helping them grow into young adults who will be able to communicate clearly on a global level.
For only $3, you will provide a dictionary which contains over 11,000 words; weights and measures in English and Metric; multiplication table; Roman numerals; information about Betsy Ross and the United States flag, a civics lesson; the Declaration of Independence; the United States Constitution; information on all 44 presidents of the United States; the 50 states and their capitals; maps of the world; facts about countries and locations; the solar system; the American manual alphabet (sign language); and Braille.
ALL OF THIS PACKED INTO A $3 STUDENT DICTIONARY … THE BEST EDUCATION THAT MONEY CAN BUY!
Please help us again this year and sponsor student dictionaries for eager, young students just waiting to learn! Send checks payable to Rotary Club of West Pearl Harbor, 92-681 Malahuna Loop, Kapolei, HI 96707.
For more information, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call (808) 228-4499.