Non-Profit Organization Offers Opportunity for WFISD 2nd Graders to Win $20,000

Non-Profit Organization Offers Opportunity for WFISD 2nd Graders to Win $20,000

A non-profit organization called Champions for Kids is providing an easy way for Wichita Falls ISD second-graders to win $20,000
A non-profit organization called Champions for Kids is providing an easy way for Wichita Falls ISD second-graders to win $20,000.

All you need to do is cast an online vote daily for WFISD’s Read2Learn program through Sept. 21.

Your daily votes will give the WFISD program – the one that’s been so successful in helping second-graders read -- a great chance to win a $20,000 grand prize from Champions for Kids.

Champions for Kids is a non-profit organization based in Fayetteville, Arkansas. It exists to provide resources to help children thrive.

In July, they selected the WFISD Read2Learn program as one of the nation’s top seven service projects for children.

But they’ll let online voters decide which of the seven projects is best. And that’s where your votes – one each day through Sept. 21 – come in.

Champions for Kids will announce winners Sept. 22.

If you are already logged in to Facebook, go to this link.

Instructions to vote from your computer: Sign on to your Facebook account. Type “Champions for Kids” in the search bar. Click on the “Help Kids Thrive” app located in a column running down the left side of the page. The app will take you to photos and descriptions of the seven service projects. WFISD is listed last. Click the “Vote for Me!” purple button.

Instructions to vote from your mobile Facebook app: Type “Champions for Kids” in the search bar. Scroll briefly to a post about SIMPLEService Finalists. Click on the link given. Scroll through the seven service projects and find “Wichita Falls Independent School District, January Jones, Wichita Falls, TX” at the end of the list. Click on the purple “Vote for Me!’ button.

For more information, contact PIE Coordinator January Jones at 235-1009.
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