NetEffect Partners with Southern Nevada Children First to Host Back-to-School Supply Drive
A new school year marks an exciting time for students, but it also can be an expensive time for parents when it comes to purchasing school supplies. To help ease the process of school supply shopping, Las Vegas-based IT company NetEffect has partnered with Southern Nevada Children First to get students stocked up on everything they need to begin the new year.
NetEffect is accepting school supplies from the public now through Wednesday, Aug. 9 at 5575 S. Durango Dr. #110, Las Vegas, NV, 89113. Hours of operation are Monday thru Friday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. The company’s team members will drop off the donations to Southern Nevada Children First the following day.
Southern Nevada Children First is a non-profit organization created to mentor, educate, and support homeless, pregnant and parenting youth, and young adults while providing support services to their children. The organization is looking for school supplies for elementary school students age five and up to college students. Supplies needed include, but are not limited to:
- Gift cards (Walmart, Target, etc.)
- Colored pencils
- Hygiene products
- Binder Dividers
- College- and wide-ruled notebooks
- Markers, crayons
- Mechanical pencils
- Pencil sharpeners
- #2 pencils
NetEffect is a privately held, full-service provider of computer and information technology support and consulting services for businesses. Based in Las Vegas, NetEffect was founded in 2001. For more information, contact NetEffect at (702) 318-7700 or visit the firm’s website at www.neteffect.com.
About Southern Nevada Children First
Southern Nevada Children First (SNCF) is a 501c3 organization whose focus is on homeless, pregnant and parenting youth and young adults. The mission of SNCF is to “strengthen the lives of children and families”, by providing comprehensive programs and services. Southern Nevada Children First is the only service provider with a continuum care addressing the long-term housing, education, and health care needs of homeless, pregnant and parenting youth and young adults. Collectively, SNCF board and staff have over 20 years of experience working with homelessness, social services, mental/ behavioral health, workforce and youth development programming and education. SNCF’s direct staff has many years of experience in therapeutic services, case management, outreach, grant management, and administration of homeless, disadvantaged, and at-risk youth populations.