As we start preparing for the school year, we like to donate to those in need. Scotties has a great back-to-school campaign that makes it easy for your kids to help other kids! Scotties has partnered with the Kids in Need Foundation in a #ReadySetSchool campaign to help get kids the supplies they need. All it takes is a simple video!
For every video created and shared on social media (Twitter, Instagram and Facebook) using the hashtag #ReadySetSchool, a backpack filled with school supplies will be donated to a kid in need (up to 1,400 backpacks total) by Scotties!
“If you could put one thing in a backpack and then give it to a kid who needed help getting through the school day, what would that one thing be and why?”
“If you could put one thing in a backpack and then give it to a kid who needed help getting through the school day, what would that one thing be and why?” For every video created and shared on social media (Twitter, Instagram and Facebook) using the hashtag #ReadySetSchool, a backpack filled with school supplies will be donated to a kid in need (up to 1,400 backpacks total) by Scotties. @scottiestissues @kidsinneed #kidsinneed #backtoschool #donate #freeschoolsupplies
For every video you post on social media, Scotties will donate a backpack. Remember to use the hashtag #ReadySetSchool
What I love how simple and fun this is to do. This can be such a busy time of year, but it really only takes a few minutes to take a video and post to social media.
For all the Details on how to participate please visit Scotties.
Together with Scotties and the Kids In Need Foundation, we can help kids in need one backpack at a time!
Really nice to see companies helping out and donating. Hope thousands of backpacks get donated
This is a great initiative. School supplies can be so expensive! A lot of parents out there don’t have the funds to get all the supplies their kids need.
What a fun thing and a great program! There are so many kids these days that take for granted that they start the school year with new shoes, clothes, and school supplies every year. There are kids out there who get one set of everything that has to last throughout their entire elementary school career, and some kids who don’t even own their own pencils. It’s awesome to see programs like this one donating money to get kids ready for back to school!
This is so wonderful of this company! I’ll keep this in mind and will be sure to share a post with my daughter.
Way to go, Scotties! This is a beautiful campaign to ensure all kids have the tools they need to enjoy a successful, stress free school year.
This is a great program! I haven’t heard of it before. Is it new this year? If I could put any item into a school backpack, it would be a personal journal. I believe every kid needs to learn to chronicle their challenges and triumphs.
We do not use Scotties but now that I know they are a brand that gives back we will buy them!
I love to see companies helping out local communities!! Go Scotties!!
What a fun campaign. I’m glad there are companies that do this. Many parents can’t afford to buy all the school supplies their kids need.
That is such a wonderful initiative. I love the fact that kids can help other kids out. It makes them aware of the social issues that we have right now. Not to mention it’s a good lesson for being kind to people in need!
I love participating to a program with a cause like this. Helping other kids is such beautiful thing we can teach on our own kids, Bless you heart.
This sounds like a wonderful campaign. I love it when companies are able to give back. I think this is a great cause because many parents can’t always afford school supplies.
What a great cause. It can hard for kids to understand that even in this country, there are kids for who having a backpack is a luxury. Good for Scotties!
Kudos to the organizers of this campaign! This is for a good cause and it sounds amazing.
I love this initiative! We love Scotties and we love that they care about others.
This is such an easy way to teach our kids about giving back! Kids sometimes have trouble grasping the need concept when they never have to worry about this. Good for you for teaching this value to your kids!
I like it when companies step up. It’s a great program and so many struggle to get everything on the list leaving teachers to pick up. Our town held a fundraiser to get the elementary kids ready and every child was given supplies.