You Are Loved | Free Pickup @ Coffman – Rah-Rah Gear

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You Are Loved | Free Pickup @ Coffman
You Are Loved | Free Pickup @ Coffman
You Are Loved | Free Pickup @ Coffman
You Are Loved | Free Pickup @ Coffman
You Are Loved | Free Pickup @ Coffman
You Are Loved | Free Pickup @ Coffman
You Are Loved | Free Pickup @ Coffman
You Are Loved | Free Pickup @ Coffman
You Are Loved | Free Pickup @ Coffman
You Are Loved | Free Pickup @ Coffman

You Are Loved | Free Pickup @ Coffman

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WE HAVE REOPENED ORDERS FOR ROUND 3! And we have Youth/Toddler now!

NOTE: Use code "CoffmanPickup" at checkout if you're picking up at the school in a couple weeks (more details to come). Or, you can have it shipped with standard rates by simply not using the code. The first batch comes in this week, and we're collecting orders now for a second batch in a week or two. Thanks!

THE STORY

As part of the kickoff to the “Start With Hello” week at Dublin Coffman, the students of Coffman’s SAVE (Students Against Violence Everywhere) Promise Club adorned their beloved Rock in the week’s thematic color of yellow. And completed their decorating with an especially poignant message and reminder to every student walking past The Rock this week: You Are Loved.

This t-shirt is the perfect summation and representation of what these students are trying so passionately to convey—that every single student walking those halls is WORTH IT and WELCOME. And that these students are taking matters into their own hands, opening their own arms and looking out for one another. It's a good reminder for us all. 

$10 of every shirt sold will be donated from Rah-Rah to help in their fundraising efforts ($7 for Round 3). Money raised for their local club will go toward school inclusion events, advisor training, awareness methods for schools and more.

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We are inspired by these students, a few we've gotten to know a little bit, and honored to play a very small part in their efforts. And, as a parent of a two-and-a-half year old son living right down the street, we are so grateful and hopeful to see that students are stepping up and doing their part to ensure that future generations have the opportunity to feel safe and loved at school—which in turn could prevent violence before it happens. Thank you, DCHS!

- Anthony & Anna Maria