Clean out closets- support a cause and help a teacher!

This unique opportunity is designed to help special needs kids be their best. This is a fundraiser supporting Abilities Workshop, Inc. 501c3.

In exchange for your gently worn, used and new shoes Abilities is awarding FULL Scholarships for Teach•able and a grand prize consisting of a full faculty presentation and full access to Teach•able for a school.  

It is as simple as 1,2,3

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Step 1

Sign your School up to help with the Shoe Drive. Every School that participates will be given discount codes for the Teach•able Workshop series by Abilities Workshop. And depending on how many shoes you collect, your school wins  Teach•able scholorships and potentially a full faculty training presentation valued at more than $5,000.

Step 2

Collect Shoes. Send out flyers, emails or hang posters– let your families know that you are collecting used shoes. Encourage them to clean out their closets and bring you shoes that can be worn again. (No holes or tears)

Step 3

Call Abilities Workshop, Inc. The shoes will be collected and prizes will be distributed.  ALL SHOES DUE BEFORE 6/15/22.  There is no cost to participate in this program and every school that signs up will be given a discount code for teachers to have access to the Teach•able  program.

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