Wish List Depot Teachers Free Store, located at 4849 Pimlico Road in Baltimore, celebrated its grand store opening with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Wednesday, October 20 at 10:00 AM. This first Wish List Depot Satellite School Supply Store of its kind in Baltimore City will provide access to free school supplies during the entire school year to over 200 classroom teachers and over 1500 hundred students. Teachers and students will have access to, pencils, pens, papers and other essential school supplies.

About Wish List Depot

Baltimore entrepreneur, Sharon Matthews, founded the Wish List Depot in 2012. The Baltimore-based 501(c)(3) charitable organization provides free school supplies to teachers and students for more than 40 public schools in Baltimore City. Teachers from these designated schools are invited to shop for free school supplies once every month from the organization’s Teacher Free Store, Online Shopping, and from the Mobile Free Store Pop-Up Shopping Van. Ms. Matthews states, “All children should come to school prepared to learn and succeed. Having core school supplies every day can and will improve the lives of children most in need”.To find out more information about Wish List Depot and to view the list of eligible schools, visit www.wishlistdepot.org. 

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BALTIMORE CURRICULUM PROJECT
2707 E. Fayette Street
Baltimore, MD 21224
410-675-7000
Fax: 410-675-7030
bcpinfo@baltimorecp.org

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