Rockwood Gives Back (RGB) is expanding efforts – once again – to help our students who need it the most. The RGB Giving Place is a donation center established to provide needed items for our own Rockwood students in need.
How does it work?
Rockwood social workers, counselors and staff inform RGB when needs arise with our Rockwood students. RGB shares the requests with our school community who provide donations of these gently used items. It’s all about working together to help students overcome challenges so they can learn, grow and graduate.
How can you help?
- View lists below of the most requested items needed by our Rockwood students.
- Determine how you can contribute by donating or making a financial commitment.
- Receive a tax receipt for your donation from Rockwood Gives Back.
Remember: Your donation is tax-deductible. As a governmental entity, the Rockwood School District falls under section 170(c)(1) of the Internal Revenue Code.
Where do I drop-off my donation?
The donation center is open on _____________ from ________________ at the Rockwood Early Childhood Center in Eureka. It’s located at 442 West Fourth Street. You can follow the signage to the back of the school, where RGB volunteers will gladly accept your donation. If you have questions about drop-off, please send them to email@example.com.
What items are needed?
Rockwood Gives Back accepts food, personal care, and all gently used clothing and household items. Take a look at The Giving Place donation request lists.
Note Urgent Request: This week, a student who has recently experienced homelessness has found a new home – and the following items are needed. Please review the items below to see if you can help!