Reese Witherspoon’s Exciting New Project To Support Teachers During this Time
With schools now shut and teachers working directly from home, teaching classes through webcams, Reese Wetherspoon has embarked on a project to give back to the country’s educators. The actress’s fashion line is aiding teachers across the country with a free dress to say thank you.
Reece Witherspoon Offers A Free Dress To Every Teacher In America
In a social media post, Reese Witherspoon’s fashion company announced it’s a new project to give back to educators across the country.
“Dear Teachers: We want to say thank you. During quarantine, we see you working harder than ever to educate our children,” begins a message from the company. “We’ve seen you broadcasting lessons from your homes, figuring out remote-learning techniques and new communication platforms on the fly, balancing work and life — all while continuing to educate and connect with our children. We know that this is not easy and want to shine a light on all your efforts.”
To apply for a free dress, teachers must upload a photo of their school ID and give the name of their school and state. The application also requires the subject and grade that is taught. Once the application is confirmed, teachers then have the opportunity to choose a dress. The offer ends on April 5 at 11:59 EST. Click the link HERE to apply!
Reese Witherspoon Launches ‘Shine On At Home’ Series To Help Families During The Coronavirus
As Coronavirus cases continue to rise, Reese Witherspoon has launched her own series named, ‘Shine On At Home’. The show, which is available in clips on YouTube, dives into topics surrounding parenting, relationships and home life amid the current state of unease in the world.
In a video to her online followers, Witherspoon explained the premise behind the series: “I’m talking to parenting experts. I’m talking to marriage counselors. People who counsel me about personal finances. People who just teach me fun, inspiring meals. I thought I would share some of these conversations with you guys and I hope you find them useful and maybe thought-provoking, or helpful.”