Tools for Schools
A project that collects used pencils, erasers, and other necessities for schools supplies and recycles those materials. Tools for Schools delivers them to children in the Himalayans, and various classes in the hidden valleys of Bhutan and gives access to basic school materials.

Please donate any supplies that is needed in the education process at P.O. Box 7642 Portland, ME 04112

I would love to hear your comments, questions or recommendations here at the blog or email me at toolsforschools1@gmail.com.

If you would like to contact me another way Tools for Schools has a Twitter account: @gcnuki and Facebook page called Tools 4 Schools.

Thanks for all your support and I hope to hear from you soon!
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August 10th
10:23 PM

Back to Schools for Everyone

Hello,

It’s the time of the year when everyone is gathering their supplies. But the ones whom have been less fortunate are not. Yes! Grab that deal by 1 get 1 free for pencils. Or just pick up another 99 cent pack and donate. To you it’s a coupon and knowing you did something good, to them it’s a smile. 

Please donate to P.O. Box 7642 Portland Maine 04112.

August 8th
6:32 PM

P.O. Box Update: P.O. Box 7642

Welcome and Welcome Back! As you might have known Tools for Schools has had a previous P.O Box but for various reasons, that has changed.  But fortunately, we have replaced it with a bran new one! 

The new address is P.O. Box 7642 Portland, Maine

We encourage you to send it any school materials from pencils to notebooks to crayons. 

If you have any questions or comments, I would love to hear from you! Email us at toolsforschools1@gmail.com

February 28th
7:53 PM

So Inspiring! Imagine a world with every school that is as fortunate as this schools. 

February 2nd
5:34 PM
January 15th
6:28 PM
Just stopped by the Post Office. WOW!! I can’t wait to see what the children will say when they see all these wonderful pencils! So many donations were sent through the P.O. Box. Remember that you can donate more supplies to 913 P.O. Box Brunswick, Maine 04011. Even the Postal Service Woman there was donating. It’s easy and you get to clear out the pencils that you don’t need anymore and give them to someone who can use them. Thanks again :)
Just stopped by the Post Office. WOW!! I can’t wait to see what the children will say when they see all these wonderful pencils! So many donations were sent through the P.O. Box. Remember that you can donate more supplies to 913 P.O. Box Brunswick, Maine 04011. Even the Postal Service Woman there was donating. It’s easy and you get to clear out the pencils that you don’t need anymore and give them to someone who can use them. Thanks again :)
December 29th
3:53 PM

Happy Holidays! Dont Forget About The Chirldren In Desparate Need

Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, Happy Kwanza, Happy Solstice, Happy Boxing Day, and Happy New Years!!! I hope you all have a memorable holiday filled with gift giving to and from your loved ones. But please don’t forget to donate to Tools for Schools locally or sending supplies through the mail. The children in India are counting on you. There presents, for the holidays, are in hope that they survive the cold and windy winter in the mountains. It’s the least that we can do is by supplying them with a blanket to keep warm. I f you have any old blankets or any other shippable ideas, those would be wonderful! Email me at toolsforschols1@gmail.com for more information or if you are interested in donating essential but basic materials.

Thank you and enjoy the warm holidays. :)

September 1st
9:32 PM

TAP

TAP is an exciting youth program that engages New York City teens as organizers and peer educators on civil rights and civil liberties. CHECK THIS OUT!!!

August 25th
10:03 PM

Very well made video that shows the huge contrast between where you might live and some places with very different life styles.

August 24th
12:47 PM
August 4th
11:25 PM
"You will receive exactly what you need at exactly the right time, from a source that is least expected."