Students at All Saints Day School in Carmel Valley, California are helping other students at Anova Center for Education, a school for kids with autism which was destroyed in the Northern California wildfires. They’re donating their desks and each one comes with a personal note from an All Saints student to one at Anova.
“I’m so sorry about the fire, please take good care of this desk,” writes third-grader Toni Stewart in her letter to an Anova student. “I hope you’ve had a good life so far. I love you.”
All Saints is being remodeled, so they’re getting new desks and Headmaster Hugh Jebson says they came up with the idea to send their pre-loved desks to the school that’s been left with nothing after the fires. Anova is hoping to raise $475,000 for rebuilding through a GoFundMe campaign, so far they’re at $121,000.