April 30, 2019

Customer Highlight: LLS Students of the Year

We are humbled to count The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) among our clients and have had the opportunity to work with them on several projects and fundraisers over the years. This year, we were thrilled to have the chance to create and donate embroidered fleece sweater jackets to their Students of the Year 2019.
 
The Students of the Year campaign is a philanthropy-focused leadership development program that encourages high school students to compete to benefit LLS. It's a great way for high school students to gain valuable experience for college and the real world while helping an incredible cause. 
 

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We worked with LLS to find cozy, comfortable apparel options, like this lightweight yet warm sweater fleece jacket in heather grey. We added the LLS Students of the Year logo in embroidery to the left chest, and have a right sleeve detail with the embroidered College Hill logo. We were so excited to work with LLS to co-brand apparel for this amazing cause and these inspiring students.

 

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"These exceptional Students of the Year candidates have worked tirelessly over the past 7 weeks to raise as much money as possible for life-saving blood cancer research and patient support," said Students of the Year campaign lead Danica Smith. "During the campaign, candidates build teams, create strategy plans and foster professional skills in order to raise funds for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. The high school students in the campaign are chosen for their passion, initiative and commitment to beating blood cancers. They are involved in their schools and communities and will wear these jackets from College Hill as they move on to college, into new leadership roles and to advocate for LLS."

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The 2019 Student of the Year is Ava Jaksha of team Ava’s Awesome Activists.

2nd place is Jaye Hodge of Jaye Hodge’s Team.

3rd place is Josh Saxton of team Saxton CUREage.

Congrats, guys!

To learn more about the program, please click here

Have a philanthropic cause we might like to support? Email us at info@chthreads.com.



 

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