Springboro Schools raise over $2,000 for Warm Hugs Fund program

Springboro Schools raised $2,600 for a program that distributes blankets to Hispanic children and families in need, according to a release.

The non-profit Warm Hugs Fund program was founded by two Oakwood students, Cecille Figueroa Narváez and Dasha Peñas Johnson.

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Springboro Schools worked to help raise money for the program by asking all staff and students to donate $1.00 in exchange for wearing pajamas to school, stated the release.

All proceeds will go towards the fund to purchase new blankets.

Last year, the schools raised over $3,200, bringing the total to nearly $6,000 in two years.

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