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Parent With A Purpose: One Woman's Fight to Save Schools With Millions of Recycled Crayons

(Forimmediaterelease.net) Los Angeles, CA — Restaurants throw away 150 million crayons per year in the United States. This Earth Day, The Crayon Collection and Kids In The House are teaming up to share with parents and kids how they can collect crayons in their communities to help save the environment and help support classrooms in need.

Sheila Michail Morovati started The Crayon Collection as a way to bridge the gap between the lack of basic supplies in the classroom and the crayons being wasted on a daily basis at local restaurants.

“We contacted several large national kid-friendly restaurant chains and asked them to become a Crayon Collection participant,” she explains. “We then trained their operations team on managing the collection of left behind crayons and then we paired the restaurant with a nearby school that is in need of school supplies.”

The Crayon Collection has reached communities across the United States and is also now being implemented in other countries including Hong Kong, Beijing and Australia.

“The Crayon Collection is such a simple and easy way to teach our kids how to be eco-friendly and how to help those around us,” says Leana Greene, CEO of Kids In The House.

Many NON-Title 1 schools have also taken the initiative to help the Crayon Collection by hosting Crayon Collection crayon drives and then donating the collected crayons to nearby schools in need.

“The kids love to do this project,” says Sheila. “You’re teaching them about recycling, reusing, and helping the community.”

The Crayon Collection recently began partnering with the National Head Start Association of America, a division of the United States Department of Health and Human Services. By partnering with the NHSA, The Crayon Collection has now been able to approach restaurant chains with over 1,000 locations and pair them with Head Start Centers, who serve 1 million of the most vulnerable children in America.

“We are thrilled to have formed this new partnership and we look forward to collecting and pairing more restaurants with more schools who are in need of crayons around the country,” says Sheila.

To learn more about the Crayon Collection and how you can get involved, watch and share this video with your family.







About Kids in the House

Kids in the House is the world’s largest parenting video library with over 8,000 videos from 450 experts, including physicians, psychologists, researchers, educators, best-selling authors, and other celebrated voices in our culture. This website contains videos that feature parenting tips for all parenting styles from parents who have dealt with particular issues and can share their hard-earned wisdom.

Kids in the House is a place where parents have the opportunity to hear and share different perspectives and get solutions for parenting challenges that range from pregnancy to getting into college. The videos aim to help parents and caregivers become better at parenting by educating, inspiring, and entertaining. The videos are split into the following categories: All Parents, Pregnancy, Adoption, Baby, Toddler, Preschool, Elementary, Teen, and Special Needs.

Leana Greene, founder and CEO of Kids in the House, is a parenting trends expert and one of the top female entrepreneurs in the United States. She aims for this website to be the most comprehensive resource of parenting advice available—one that respects the fact that there is no one-size-fits-all solution.

Company Name: Kids in the House Contact Person: Yan Huang Email: office@kidsinthehouse.com Phone: (310) 899-6026 Country: United States Website: www.kidsinthehouse.com

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