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KM Charity Team's back-to-school excitement

By KentOnline reporter

While the majority of children may feel as if the summer holidays have only just begun, there are now just a few short weeks until the new school year begins.

KM Charity Team education manager Karen Brinkman with Buckland Media Group marketing executive Katie Weaver (15090766)
KM Charity Team education manager Karen Brinkman with Buckland Media Group marketing executive Katie Weaver (15090766)

And to welcome staff and pupils back, the KM Charity Team has prepared a special return-to-school newsletter.

The newsletter provides the latest information about the KM Charity Team’s services, activities and competitions, and will go into the school book bags of children taking part in KM Charity Team initiatives such as Buster’s Book Club and Active Wow, so their parents can read it at home.

40,000 copies were printed by Dover-based Buckland Media Group as a four-figure gift-in-kind donation to support the KM Charity Team’s literacy and green-travel initiatives.

KM Charity Team education manager Karen Brinkman said: “With the new academic year now just weeks away, everyone at the KM Charity Team is looking forward to making contact with our partner schools again.

“And we are welcoming everyone back with the latest news of our initiatives and details about what schools working with us can look forward to in the term ahead.

“Once again, we are so grateful to Buckland Media Group for kindly printing the newsletter for free.”

Buckland Media Group provides design, marketing and production services to organisations including schools, businesses and charities across a range of media.

Its clients include Kent Cricket Club, Canterbury Cathedral, Great Ormond Street Hospital Charity, the Aspinall Foundation and St Lawrence College.

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