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Article in Cornell Chronicle

posted Mar 25, 2018, 2:38 PM by Debra Lewis   [ updated Mar 25, 2018, 2:41 PM ]
Thanks to Nancy Doolittle for this great article in the Cornell Chronicle:

“I was thrilled to learn about the FLTL when their staff reached out to Cornell’s Office of Community Relations about ways to better connect with Cornell,” said Kate Supron, campus-community liaison for Cornell’s Office of Community Relations. “The FLTL is a valuable asset to both the Cornell and greater Ithaca/Tompkins communities, providing access to high quality educational toys without the investment of purchase. It also provides a sustainable destination for toys families have outgrown. The ‘pay-as-you-can’ membership scale and outreach program add equity and inclusion to their core value of sustainability. These are guiding principles for Cornell and its home communities."