Two schools in Tallahassee have given generously to Kids in Need -- Books in Deed this spring.
Maclay School chose Kids in Need -- Books in Deed as their school-wide charity. They had a book drive and raised money all year. The student-driven charity program presented a check to Julianna Baggott in early June. Lee Norment, the group's supervisor, said that Maclay's chapter of The National Honor Society ran a book drive and donated those books to KIN -- BID as well.
Holy Comforter Episcopal School also ran a book drive, and collected hundreds of gently used books for their donation. Holy Comforter has consistently run this type of books drive, and give thousands of books to those kids who need them all over Tallahasse, FL.
KIN -- BID thanks all of the teachers and students at Maclay and Holy Comforter for their generous support of the program.