CVS Caremark + Kimberly Clark Plant Garden At Highlander Charter
Tuesday, October 29, 2013
Highlander Charter School is an urban charter school for grades K-8 located in the heart of Providence. It offers all the benefits of a private school—small classes, diverse populations, individual attention from teachers—in a public school setting.
Volunteering in the community
CVS Caremark employees and employees at Kimberly-Clark, a supporter of the CVS Caremark Charity Classic, helped out with the gardening project—one of many ways that they like to pay it forward.
“Creating a garden that Highlander Charter School students will use as part of their studies is exciting,” said Scott Cowper, Director of Customer Development at Kimberly-Clark. “Giving back to the local community is an important part of the Kimberly-Clark culture, which is why we’re thrilled to partner with the CVS Caremark Charity Classic on this community service project.”
The CVS Caremark Charity Classic and its sponsors support a variety of charitable projects for local organizations. As Rhode Island’s largest charitable sporting event, the tournament has raised more than $15 million dollars for charities throughout New England. The annual golf tournament has supported dozens of charitable service projects and provided vital funding for a variety of regional organizations that focus on education, family and children’s issues. For more information, visit www.cvscharityclassic.com.
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