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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July 17th
12:53 PM
Many TFS supporters have collected around 700 pencils, new notebooks, over 800 pens, transcript paper, colored pencils, and an English dictionary.  Thank you so much for all your help everyone. 
Tools for Schools have over 1500 pencils and pens.  Two notebooks, 10 erasers, and 10 pencil sharpeners. Our project has visited around 4 schools.
I know that with your help, we can make this project times its self by 10 in less then a year. Please keep donating new or used supplies.

Many TFS supporters have collected around 700 pencils, new notebooks, over 800 pens, transcript paper, colored pencils, and an English dictionary.  Thank you so much for all your help everyone. 

Tools for Schools have over 1500 pencils and pens.  Two notebooks, 10 erasers, and 10 pencil sharpeners. Our project has visited around 4 schools.

I know that with your help, we can make this project times its self by 10 in less then a year. Please keep donating new or used supplies.

June 29th
6:41 PM

Tools for Schools

The Mission for Tools for Schools is to give children in Third World countries, pencils, erasers, and other supplies that are needed to learn and become educated members of society. My goal is to collect used pencils, erasers and recycle them by giving them to those children who do not have access to basic school supplies. Pencils are essential in the learning process and give every child a chance to succeed in their future. Girls and boys can someday be lawyers, doctors, and teachers to help themselves and their communities and ultimately better the world one step at a time. If people like you and I pitch in just a little bit, we can make a big difference in the world. Through education, we can make the entire world a better place, just by starting with this one simple deed. No matter how remote the village, I know that learning can happen.

There are so many ways to help, so let’s begin here. I am looking for pencils and erasers that are stuffing your junk drawers, under your couches, or ones that you simply think are just unusable. They can be of great use to the children of developing countries. These materials will be distributed to schools in various Third World countries such as India and Belize. As Tools for Schools continues to grow, we hope to bring more recycled school supplies to other less fortunate areas of the world. Children are just waiting for anything that they can get their hands on.In my travels to the rural mountains of Northern India, I experienced firsthand the desperate need for all things basic. The poverty is extreme and the distance is way beyond reach for children and adults as travel is done on foot in the Himalayas. Children are not being educated enough in the rural mountains because most people do not have the money to spend on text books or pencils and basic materials. I thought that since we are able to help and are fortunate enough, we can deliver light weight school supplies to the deserving children. Thank you for listening and please send as many recycled pencils and/or erasers to Tools for Schools P.O. Box 913 Brunswick, Maine 04011

I would love to see what you have to say about Tools for Schools here on the blog or email us at toolsforschools1@gmail.comSometimes the things we take for granted, may be another person’s treasure.