MCPS Launches Fundraiser to Help for Students Affected by Hurricanes Harvey, Irma


Montgomery County Public Schools is partnering with the Montgomery County Public Schools Educational Foundation, Inc to help raise money for students and families affected by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma.

The campaign titled, “Hurricane Relief Fund,” officially kicked off on Sept. 7 and will end on Oct. 7.

The district’s goal is to raise at least $1 per student to support school districts in Texas and Florida, according to a news release.

“We must support all children and help each other in times of crisis,” Superintendent Jack Smith, said in a statement.  “MCPS is committed to supporting the victims of hurricanes Harvey and Irma.”

Those interested in supporting the campaign can submit donations to local schools or by clicking here. All donations collected by the Foundation will go to corresponding educational foundations in Texas and Florida.

Damascus High School will host a coin drive to raise money for those affected by the Texas hurricane

Damascus High School’s Random Kindness Club will host a coin drive until Sept. 22 to help Hurricane Harvey victims. The club is partnering with the school’s sociology class with a goal of reaching $500 to donate to the American Red Cross’ disaster relief efforts.

Donations can be brought to teacher Robert Dickie’s classroom (#134) at Damascus.

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