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Take the Leadnomics challenge: How much paper can you donate to schools?

How one Philly tech company is getting rid of extra supplies and encouraging others to donate to Philly's schools.

History class at Northeast High School. (Photo by Chris McAndrews)

It’s a battle to see which company can donate the most stacks of paper to Philadelphia schools.

Leadnomics, the University City lead generation company, launched its #StackThatPaper challenge last week in an effort to help Philly schools, which opened this week amid an $81 million budget shortfall.

“As an Internet company we only use five reams of paper a month,” Leadnomics cofounder Zach Robbins said in a statement. “By donating some of our stockpile, we can clear out cabinet space and put that paper to good use: into the hands of teachers all over the city.”

Companies, schools and volunteers can sign up here.

The campaign will go on until the beginning of October, said Robbins.


#StackThatPaper reminds us of mobile startup Artisan raising $2,000 last fall for Philly schools by matching donations made by its employees.

Companies: Leadnomics

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