This Pennsylvania School Received A Gift That Left Them Speechless

An elementary school in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania was recently featured in a local newspaper. The report shared that Lingelbach Elementary didn't have enough money in their budget for basic materials like paper for students.

According to a recent Good News Network article, "At first, readers responded by sending in reams of paper to Lingelbach Elementary. But then thousands of dollars in donations started arriving - enough to update books in their library and provide supplies to every teacher."


Donations poured in from throughout the country, most notably an anonymous donation of $100,000, which, according to Good News, should buy computers for each of the school's 420 students. A truckload of school supplies also arrived from a neighboring school district. 

The Lingelbach Elementary student body is about 88% African American, and approximately 56% of students receive school lunches. 

Principal Marc Gosselin said, "I was stunned by the outpouring of love." 

What do you think about the generosity shown toward this school? Share your thoughts in the comments below!

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