Startup women’s clothing brand based in Montgomery County, MD, Kind Cotton, provided a copy of the book I Believe I Can for every child at Rock Creek Valley Elementary along with diverse books for every educator to help build a more inclusive library. Kind Cotton is a Maryland-based brand with a mission to promote and encourage childhood literacy throughout the United States. In total, Kind Cotton provided over 600 books to Rock Creek Valley Elementary to help with their diverse book drive they held in March.
I Believe I Can was the book of choice for the entire school. It’s a beautiful story of self-love, perseverance, and kindness. Teachers throughout the school then focused on extension activities to reinforce the concept that kindness and self-love can truly make a difference in the world. “We wanted to do something really special for an elementary school here in Montgomery County because it’s where we are establishing our roots and we were beyond excited to hear of Rock Creek Valley’s mission to create more diverse classroom libraries”, said Kaitlin Johnstone, co-founder of Kind Cotton. “Along with spreading kindness, our primary goal is to promote and encourage literacy, so to be able to provide these books to the students and educators of Rock Creek makes us really proud.”
Kind Cotton sells clothing and accessories designed to spread compassion and empathy, with every purchase helping to provide books to children globally. To date, they have donated over 50,000 books nationally.
Kind Cotton promotes and encourages childhood literacy in the Montgomery County community through women’s clothing & accessories designed to spread kindness. With every purchase, a book is provided to a child. More than just a donation, the company is focused on making a real impact on each child by personally working with them to develop and enhance reading skills as well as cultivate a passion for reading through engaging literacy opportunities.
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