Camelback Desert School students donate over $1,400 worth of gift Cards

Posted 12/22/20

Students at Camelback Desert School in Scottsdale recently held a gift card drive for Child Crisis Arizona, an organization for helping vulnerable children and families in the community.

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Camelback Desert School students donate over $1,400 worth of gift Cards

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Students at Camelback Desert School in Scottsdale recently held a gift card drive for Child Crisis Arizona, an organization for helping vulnerable children and families in the community.

Students and their families donated more than $1,400 in gift cards from Walmart, Target, Amazon, local restaurants and more to provide much-needed support to those in need in the community.

Through this initiative, according to a press release, students learned the value of spreading kindness and helping others, especially during the holiday season.

Camelback Desert School in Scottsdale is part of Spring Education Group, a multi-school network providing superior private school education from infant care through kindergarten.

Visit: CamelbackDesertSchool.com

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