The Library Foundation of Needham will be hosting the Black, White & Read All Over Gala in support of the Needham Public Library. When we heard of this event, we jumped at the chance to donate a Y3K Tutor In Your Home gift certificate for their auction. The Gala celebrates Needham’s many writers and will fund the Needham Public Library’s programs beyond the town’s budget. Needham’s residents will see many unique products and services offered by surrounding businesses including Y3K Tutor In Your Home. This event will support not only all of the children of the Needham Public Schools that often use the Needham Public Library, but also the Needham community as a whole.
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Y3K Tutor In Your Home always tries to give back to the community whenever we can. One example of this is our strong support of the Needham Public Library. We have donated several new books to their circulating collection. Some of the many titles we have donated include:
- Return of the Jedi
- The Truth About Bats
- Adventures of Tom Sawyer
- Rock Solid
- Steve Austin: The Stone Cold Story
- Dancin’ with Hanson
- Hanson: The Official Book
- Teaching Gifted Kids in the Regular Classroom
This is our way of saying thank you to the great people of Needham, MA for their continued support of Y3K Tutor In Your Home.
When attending the Newton Montessori School’s annual auction, be sure to check out the Y3K Tutor In Your Home gift certificate. As a non-profit organization, the Newton Montessori School depends on the support of organizations like Y3K Tutor In Your Home to make the school successful and accomplish their long-term goals. We were more than happy to donate to this event to help the students of Newton, MA and the surrounding towns. If you have the chance to attend, the proceeds from all of our support will go towards funding the Newton Montessori School’s Scholarship Fund. This will help provide access to quality education for all types of children and socioeconomic backgrounds.
If you plan on attending the Williams Elementary School PTO annual fundraiser, take a look at the Y3K Tutor In Your Home donation. The “Here Comes the Sun” event will be located at 141 Grove Street Newton, MA. We are committed to helping the students at Newton’s Williams Elementary School raise funds to supplement the school budget. Y3K Tutor In Your Home supports the Williams School PTO’s efforts to help provide a better educational experience for the children at the Williams Elementary School.
This has been a difficult year for many non-profits. Y3K Tutor In Your Home is honored to have the opportunity to step up to support the Wayland Public Schools Annual Elementary Schools Auction Fundraiser. When attending, be sure to bid on our auction donation. The goal is to educate the children of the Claypit Hill School, Loker School and Happy Hollow School located in Wayland, MA. We hope to help the Wayland PTO raise enough money to maintain the parents’ programs and projects in the various Wayland Public Schools. This includes cultural enrichment activities for children, classroom supplies, parent education speakers, and reimbursement for teacher’s continuing education.
Y3K Tutor In Your Home always tries to help the students of Natick, MA whenever a fundraiser arises. If you plan on attending the Parent Teacher Organization of the Memorial Elementary School’s Popcorn Ball, be on the lookout for our auction donation. The money raised will go towards funding cultural arts, science programming, field trips, special school activities, literacy resources, education and curriculum nights, recess equipment and other necessary educational materials. These programs and resources would not exist in the town of Natick without all of our support.