EStem Students Raising Cash Fast For Charity

COLUMBUS, OH – 6 May, 2017 – Reynoldsburg EStem high school students are fast raising funds to re-adapt toys for children with disabilities.

They have raised $700 of their $1,000 goal, according to A KickIn Crowd, LLC, the crowdfunding portal they are using.

A KickIn Crowd is used in the classrooms at Reynoldsburg to teach student interns technology and entreprenuership.

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Last year students on the Reynoldsburg Robotics Team used A KickIn Crowd to raise $1,800 in the first 24 hours of a fundraiser to offset trip expenses for a contest.

“I’m really proud of these students and their dedication to raising funds for charity.” – Tony Reynolds, founder of A KickIn Crowd said.

According to a recent article in the Eastside Messenger, “One of our coaches, Mr. Griffith, had previous experience modifying toys with a program at the Ohio State University called Toy Adaptation Program, which is a program dedicated to adapting toys for children with disabilities,” said Renee Koebel Coley, the team administrator. “When we heard about this, we knew it would be a perfect project for our team.”

It’s not too late to donate, if you still want to help them the link is here: (

Other Reynoldsburg projects include raising money for the Track Team, Estem Academy Help Desk, Wrestling Team, and the Reynoldsburg Records Boards.

These projects can be found here:

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Company Name: A KickIn Crowd, LLC
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