Youth Programs Give Children Hope Through Art

Youth Development and Capacity Building, Inc., located in Atlanta, Ga., serves the disadvantaged youth and communities through education and development. We host numerous youth educational initiatives throughout the year to develop positive minds and a clear future for our youth and community. By consistently adding programs, initiatives and projects that focus on our youth’s education … Continue reading Youth Programs Give Children Hope Through Art

DollarDays to Partner with Strikes for Kids for Charity Bowling Event Benefiting Local Youth

Strikes for Kids is proud to announce the details surrounding the upcoming DollarDays Strikes for Kids Fresno Bowling Classic, presented by Rita's Italian Ice of Fresno. The noted nonprofit organization Strikes for Kids specializes in coordinating sporting events to help bring together local communities. The organization plans on doing just that in Fresno on Tuesday, … Continue reading DollarDays to Partner with Strikes for Kids for Charity Bowling Event Benefiting Local Youth

Private-label Products: Bringing Value to Our Nonprofit Partners

Private-label offerings are playing an increasingly critical role in some of the country’s largest online marketplaces, with house brands now accounting for as much as 30% of all sales. This trend not only indicates changes in the way consumers shop, especially when searching by brand and price, but also presents a new challenge for online … Continue reading Private-label Products: Bringing Value to Our Nonprofit Partners

DollarDays Launches Affordable Backpacks for Nonprofits, Schools

DollarDays, a strategic platform for charities, nonprofits and other betterment organizations to purchase wholesale goods, today unveiled its Forward™ collection of backpacks. The company developed this exclusive, retail-ready line to better assist these groups with fulfilling their outreach projects and other missions. “Every child deserves the right tools to support their educational journey,” explained Shelly … Continue reading DollarDays Launches Affordable Backpacks for Nonprofits, Schools

Picking the Perfect Backpack Size for Your Child

According to the U.S. Product Consumer Safety Commission, 5,062 children sought medical treatment for backpack injuries in 2017, including a number of injuries caused by bags exceeding 40 percent of a child's body weight. Still, parents can help their kids stay safe and comfortable with just a few precautions. Distribute Weight Evenly. Load heaviest items … Continue reading Picking the Perfect Backpack Size for Your Child

Teacher Spend Hundreds out of Pocket on School Supplies

Parents aren’t the only ones who spend big on back-to-school supplies. Thousands of teachers around the United States offset their school supply budgets by forking over close to $600 of their own money just for the most basic of supplies. Some of the most sought-after items include staples, copy paper, holiday decorations and colored pencils, … Continue reading Teacher Spend Hundreds out of Pocket on School Supplies

Back to School: It’s Make-It-or-Break-It Time for the Economy

Spending this fall for students K-12 is expected to drop 12%, according to a National Retail Federation survey reported in The Wall Street Journal. The average that will be spent on each kid is $634.78, down from $688.62 in 2012. Even those going to college are expecting decreases from $836.80 this year [compared to] $907.22 … Continue reading Back to School: It’s Make-It-or-Break-It Time for the Economy