High School is Tough Enough – Standard Management Company Gives Back

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SMC is partnering with a nonprofit organization, Project 150, that sets up local high school students for achievement. This project aims to give back and help more than 6,300 registered and non-registered homeless, displaced, and disadvantaged high school students get what they need to succeed now and after high school. SMC will be collecting school supplies, clothing, and any other items that will help students. One property in Reno and multiple properties in Las Vegas will be drop-off locations that will be open to the public. Donations will be accepted throughout the month of September.

WHERE: Eastland Hills: 1855 Baring Boulevard, Sparks, NV,  

Verona: 1475 Vista Del Rancho Parkway, Sparks, NV,  

Boulders: 4775 Summit Ridge Drive, Reno, NV,  

Spring Villas: 431 Spring Villas Drive, Sparks, NV 

Standard Management Company wants to give local students the opportunity they deserve to finish high school and make them feel confident in their academic path. SMC wants to help teenagers in any way possible by collecting items that the students need to create a positive and successful life through the nonprofit, Project 150.

“Our team is so excited to work with Project 150, knowing we’ll be able to help students want to become successful in school,” said Tony Kuper, Director of Residential Operations. “We want to help in any way that we can to pave a bright future for young adults!”

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