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Preschoolers at Primrose School at Anson-Zionsville raised $3,750 to benefit the Boone County Cancer Society

Throughout the school year, the preschoolers engaged in a series of events. This included a uniform garage sale and a bake sale. All of this aimed at supporting the Boone County Cancer Society’s vital mission.  

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This mission involves providing financial assistance to cancer patients and their families to cover various expenses, such as bills, prescriptions, transportation, wigs and more. 

What makes this effort even more commendable is that it aligns with Primrose School’s Balanced Learning curriculum. The school believes in nurturing not just academic growth but also inculcating values of kindness and community service. The young students’ involvement in these charitable activities emphasizes the notion that they represent the promise of a brighter future, one marked by compassion and collective well-being. 

The fundraiser’s success underscores the importance of teaching children the significance of giving without expecting anything in return. By organizing events like the uniform garage sale and bake sale, the preschoolers not only contributed to a noble cause but also learned essential life skills like teamwork and effective communication. 

The check presentation ceremony, captured in the attached photos, appears to be a touching moment, showcasing the children’s genuine enthusiasm to make a positive difference and conveying the Primrose School’s dedication to nurturing a generation of caring and responsible citizens who are actively engaged in their communities. 

The Boone County Cancer Society assists everyone diagnosed with cancer who lives in Boone County with $1,000 worth of assistance. They also offer the possibility of an annual extension based on income.

The society helps with any cancer related bills, prescriptions, transportation to appointments, wigs, prosthetics, etc.

 You must have a Boone County address to qualify.

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