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Project Knapsack Delivers Backpacks and School Supplies to the Molalatladi Primary School

This morning, the Sean Anderson Foundation awoke to a wonderful email from Porcha Dodson!

As you’ll remember, Porcha Dodson is the founder of Project Knapsack. The Sean Anderson Foundation partnered with Project Knapsack on a cultural exchange program between students in Detroit and South Africa. Providing backpacks filled with school supplies to the Molalatladi Primary School in Soweto, South Africa, Project Knapsack is an ongoing pen pal program that unites the students in Africa with the students at Bates Academy in Detroit.

Porcha gleefully shared these photos and videos from her visit to the Molalatladi Primary School, and we couldn’t be more excited to share them with you all!

Thank you, Project Knapsack, for being such a positive vehicle for students across the world!

For more information, photos, videos and documented smiles/memories of the program, check out our dedicated Project Knapsack Partnership page: http://seanandersonfoundation.org/programs/project-knapsack/

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