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This does not belong here
But you read this far, and I do want to share something I learned in 2021 with you.
Did you know that public schools tend to be underfunded and that your children, or children in your community may be getting a less that proper education? Well, there is nothing stopping average citizens like yourself from politely contacting a local public elementary school and asking what they need for donations. For example, an elementary school near us has a book fair twice a year, and we can donate money for under privileged children to get a book on our dime, and it helps grow the school library.

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