Custom Neon Sign Donation for Whitney Avenue Elementary School

Emily Baker, a 5th grade teacher at Whitney Avenue Elementary School in Sacramento reached Echo Neon in June. In Whitney Avenue Elementary, 91% of the families are considered to be low income or homeless, many of whom are refugees. These students have overcome so many challenges, especially during the pandemic, and Emily wanted to prepare the classroom to be as fun and welcoming as possible, providing them with something special when they return to school. Emily was hoping to hang a neon sign that says “4 houses, 1 family,”, so Echo Neon donated this neon sign for their classroom. The objective, vision, and heart of our mission is to make it easier and more affordable for people who need a neon light glowing in their life. Check out our MISSION page for more events and NGO collaborations with Echo Neon.

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