Los Alamos JJAB Raises $4,200 For School Supplies

School Counselor, Kim Pulliam poses with supplies provided for Aspen Elementary students. Photo Courtesy JJAB

School supplies purchased for students attending LAPS. Photo Courtesy JJAB

JJAB Resource Specialist Rachel Mohr-Richards sorts supplies provided to individual LAPS students. Photo Courtesy JJAB


Thanks to the generosity of local businesses and individuals, Los Alamos JJAB raised $4,200 to provide school supplies to Los Alamos Public Schools students.  Through the JJAB Resource Specialist program, 40 individual students were provided with supplies to start the school year.  In addition, JJAB worked with the elementary, middle, and high schools to identify student needs for both remote and in-person learning.  Items provided for students included mini whiteboards, headphones/earbuds, notebooks, graph paper, pens, pencils, markers, crayons, scissors, glue sticks, backpacks, and more. 

JJAB would like to thank the following for their generous donations:

  • Unitarian Church of Los Alamos
  • Los Alamos Children’s Dentistry                                         
  • Los Alamos Schools Credit Union    
  • Immaculate Heart of Mary Parish-Christian Concern Committee               
  • Plateau Property Management
  • Trinity on the Hill                                                     
  • Children’s Clinic, P.A.                                                          
  • Los Alamos Medical Center (LAMC)                                  
  • White Rock Methodist Church
  • Incredible community members:
    • Elisabeth Chrien
    • Misa Cowee
    • Guy and Carol Estes
    • Patricia Bowdowicz
    • Krystal Roach
    • David Chamberline
    • Jim Shinas
    • Joyce Berry
    • KayLinda Crawford
    • Michael Bernardin
    • Karin Roberts
    • Morrie and Cheryl Pongratz
    • Helena Whyte
    • Susan Roach
    • Frances Knudson

Los Alamos JJAB is a local non-profit focusing on the needs of youth with an emphasis on reducing youth risk behaviors, facilitating positive youth development, and building resiliency.  For additional information about JJAB services and programs, visit www.losalamosjjab.com or call 505-709-8125.