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Generous Hearts - Cre8tive Resources

Cre8tive Resources is a group of teacher-authors who work together to create resources for teachers and homeschooling parents. These folks are also being incredibly generous! Brett Kingsnorth and I belong to a group of English teachers on Facebook, and he recently posted that 100% of Cre8tive Resources profits from a FAMILY Easter product will go to support the bus drivers in London who are keeping the city running.

Brett recently posted, "To help support our London Bus Drivers all proceeds from this Easter Spring Themed Quiz will go towards helping to raise money to support them during the Covid-19 Pandemic.
Cre8tive Resources team member
verifies lists of supplies for care packages.
Cre8tive Resources will develop some more Easter Themed Resources for school children staying at home and donate ALL proceeds from sales of these to help support existing London Transport Workers on the Frontline and give school children and their families something fun to do at home to take their minds of the situation and have some Easter fun."
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Michael Gillman adds, “As a small team of teachers we are coming together to launch this campaign to raise money for all those families of London Transport Workers who have lost heroic loved ones throughout this time whilst there loved one was transporting essential key workers in London to their places of work - London Transport Workers have given their lives to ensure key workers (Doctors, Nurses, Carers, emergency Services, Teachers , Civil servants, Supermarket workers and more…) are able to get to the frontline and save lives of the general public.”
“Alongside other key workers helping in the fight against Coronavirus, we are immensely proud of our team of drivers who are definitely heroes.”
Additionally, the team at Cre8tive Resources have been making up care packages for the elderly and suppy PPE gloves for local Health Services workers. In my book, this makes the team at Cre8tive Resources heros as well!
 
Please stop by and check out their merchandise! Their products are also available on AmpedUpLearning.

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