April 26, 2019
Kindness Matters shirts raise $3,358 for Jewish Federation
The Upper St. Clair community raised $3,358 to benefit the Tree of Life Synagogue victims and their families. Funds, which will be sent to the Jewish Federation, were raised through the sale of Kindness Matters shirts and sweatshirts – designed by an Upper St. Clair High School alumna and produced by the school’s SHOP@USC program.
The Kindness Matters artwork, featuring a line drawing of the Pittsburgh skyline, was created by Catherine Sandford, a 2018 Upper St. Clair High School graduate, following the shooting at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Squirrel Hill. Catherine recently completed her freshman year at the University of Pittsburgh, where she is majoring in marketing.
SHOP@USC (Showing How Opportunity Pays @ Upper St. Clair) is a fully-inclusive student-run business housed within Upper St. Clair High School’s Innovation Hub. Students in the Life Skills program and their regular education partners design and manufacture USC spirit-wear products while learning how to develop a business plan that includes all aspects such as pricing, marketing, sales and inventory of products.
For more information, contact Michelle Zirngibl, SHOP@USC coordinator, at SHOP@USCsd.k12.pa.us or to shop the online store, visit shopusc.org.