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Paper! Paper! Get Your Proper Clothing Here!

More than a century ago, on a cold and blustery day in 1907, a ragged newsboy stood on the corner of Broad and High hawking his papers. “Paper! Paper! Get your paper,” he cried. From inside a restaurant, three men watched as people sped by the young boy, barely noticing him.

 

The gentlemen felt sorry for the young man, brought him inside where it was warm, and took his papers with cries of, “It’s all for charity!” They sold every paper for as much as they could and sent the boy home with more money than he had ever seen, and enough to buy warm clothing. As the men walked away from a street corner, they felt their excitement quickly fade as they realized how many other local school children there must be without proper clothing. With that, their new mission became clear and is still the same today: no child shall be kept out of school for lack of adequate clothing.

 

Charity Newsies


GOAL

$500




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As we gear up for Christmas, our team at Martin J Mitchell Insurance is making all the proper arrangements in order to provide local kids with clothes for winter. Join us on this mission.

  

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Our agency will donate $10 to Charity Newsies on your behalf for every recommendation you send our way to receive a no obligation quote, and we'll add you to our monthly drawing for a $50 Gift Card. Getting involved has never been so simple, or Free!


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