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Good Housekeeping 3

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Deliver the joy and beauty of reading these magazines by putting them into the hands and homes of students and families.

19 Magazines: Bazaar, Bon Appetit, Country Living, Good Housekeeping, Oxygen

Bazaar 2012: May (2)
Bon Appetit 2012: Jul, Aug
Country Living 2012: Jan (2), Mar, Apr (2), May (3), Jul/Aug 2011: Oct, Nov
Good Housekeeping 2012: Jan
Oxygen 2012: Mar, Nov (2)

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NJ1-063

  • Rocking the Boat

    rockingtheboat

    501(c)(3) charity
    Bronx, NY
    Serving roughly 75 boys and girls (high school)
    Magazines Requested: Wooden Boat magazine, Fine Woodworking, Sail, National Geographic

  • A New Leaf

    A New Leaf

    501(c)(3) Charity
    Mesa, Arizona, USA
    Serving girls and boys ages 12 to 17 with reading levels 6th grade and up
    Needs enough magazines for 10 girls and 16 boys
    Magazines Requested: Any sports magazines, any car magazines, any fashion magazines, and any entertainment magazines

  • Wave City Care: Shine Program

    Wave City Care - ColorandBlack - LOGO

    501(c)(3) charity
    Virginia Beach, VA
    Serving: Girls in from grades 5th through 12th
    Needs: 50 magazines per month, year round
    Magazines Requested: Girls teen, Career, National Geographic, Fashion, Home, Family, Women, Seventeen, Redbook, Teen Vogue, Self, Good Housekeeping, Home Journal, Ellle, Homes & Garden

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