Palomar College Students ‘Stand Up’ For Homeless Kids
Class Hosts “Say What You Pay Book Fair” & PR Campaign to Benefit Local Non-profit that Aids Homeless Youth
This Thursday, December 8, from 9am-3pm, a group of students from Palomar College’s Media Studies Program will host the “Say What You Pay Book Fair” to benefit StandUp for Kids, a San Diego-based non-profit organization that provides support, various services, as well as awareness for homeless youth in our communities.
The book fair will take place in front of the Student Union Building in the heart of the Palomar College Campus in San Marcos. Visitor Parking will be available and the public is encouraged to come, find great deals on books, and even knock out a few holiday gifts. The “Say What You Pay” set-up allow guests to purchase up to five books at one dollar each; however, over five books they may name their own price. For instance, $10 might get someone 15 gently-used or near new books. Palomar students, staff, and faculty are urged to attend the fair to find great bargains and support a great cause!
For more information, please email Shaely Norris at email@example.com, and follow the “Say What You Pay” campaign on social media now through December 10th.