RANDOLPH STREET MARKET WRAP-UP!

I wanted to thank everyone who came out to join us at Randolph Street Market over the weekend. It was excruciatingly hot and yet you didn't let that prevent you from stopping by the tent to say hello or make purchases. I truly appreciate our customers, family and friends for supporting me in this endeavor as well as in my efforts to raise funds for the Chicago Public School students. Thanks to your purchases, I was able to purchase several Kits for Kids containing back-to-school supplies for primary school students. Click the previous link if you would also like to purchase additional kits! Thanks again everyone and please enjoy some of the photos taken at the Market. I hope to see you all

FLYTE DONOR FEATURE ON KABRIA

Global Attic makes a recurring monthly donation to The Foundation for Learning and Youth Travel Education (FLYTE). The nonprofit organization empowers students living in under-served communities by offering transformative travel experiences. Below is the recent feature the organization did on our Founder, Kabria. FLYTE is more than a non-profit organization. It is a community built by supporters and donors who want to empower students to change their lives – and the world – through travel. In today’s installment, meet Kabria – world traveler, member of our FLYTE Crew, and entrepreneur, who’s making the world a better (and more beautiful!) place. Her company, Global Attic, sells exotic home

GIVING BACK TO UNDERPRIVILEGED CHICAGO PUBLIC SCHOOL STUDENTS

A pen. A pencil. A piece of paper. Neither of these should be a barrier that prevents a child from receiving an education. Yet, for far too many their expense serves as a built-in impediment to learning. Studies show that an unprepared student lacks confidence and is simply unable to access learning when they do not have the tools they need to do so. The embarrassment associated with not having supplies and the need to consistently borrow from others can also lead to anxiety that in some cases results in the student not attending class at all. Many parents work multiple jobs to barely make ends meet. So, purchasing back-to-school supplies and clothing that can cost them more than $500 on ave

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