Here is a list of the much needed items that teachers often purchase out of their own pockets for their students/classrooms:

  • Ticonderoga Pencils
  • Soft Tissues
  • Dry Erase Markers
  • Zip Lock Baggies (gallon and quart size)
  • All kinds of tape (packing, duct, scotch)
  • White Out
  • Different colors of pens for grading
  • Hand Sanitizer/Wipes
  • Index Cards
  • Washable Markers & Crayons
  • Drinking Straws of Any Kind
  • Aluminum Foil
  • Play-dough
  • Baby Wipes
  • Composite Notebooks
  • Primary Line Notebooks
  • Rubber Bands
  • two pocket folders
  • Plastic folders with braids in the middle

School and classroom supplies can be dropped off at anytime Monday-Friday between 9a-12p at SEAM 6500 Six Mile Lane, 40218 (behind the Guiding Light Islamic Center).

For after hours drop offs please email or call 502-499-2059 to schedule a time.

Past Events, Videos, & Pictures


Check out these event videos: Video #1   Video #2  Video #3


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Past Events, Videos, & Pictures

SEAM provides help for today and hope for tomorrow

We do this by offering emergency food and financial assistance and by connecting our neighbors with the resources needed for achieving self-sufficiency and well-being.

SEAM On WAVE3 Listens Live - July 14, 2017

The Results

This event showcased our collective heart in helping one another by focusing on our common humanity and coming together to ease the burden and suffering of our neighbors. Check out the videos and pictures below. About 2,000 residents joined our community picnic to create support and awareness of SEAM's mission.

We currently have a need to repair our building and equipment that will cost us $4,398.

We are asking the community to donate to help us make these repairs soon so it doesn’t take away from our food and financial assistance programs and become much more expensive in the near future. All funds raised about that amount will benefit SEAM in its mission to help the community with emergency food and financial assistance.

A huge and special thank you to CareSource, Guiding Light Islamic Center, Wave 3, McGill Media ProductionsVision Works, Zoeller, Citizens Union Bank, UPS, JenCare, Home Instead Senior Care, Cobalt Dental, Merrick Printing, and Active Day for making this event amazingly successful in uniting our community!

We are extremely grateful for Glenda Hatfield, Khalid Awad, Bob VanCleave, Mike Brown, Rick Sneed, Maira Ansari, Vicky Weber, Meryem Kahloon, and all the nonprofits and volunteers that made this unifying event such a huge success.

Eric Friedlander, Louisville’s Chief Resilience Officer said, “This was a great event that brought people of different faiths together to share a great experience of food, play, and entertainment.  This is another example of how Louisville is an open and compassionate community.”

Contact us to join us throughout the year by volunteering and donating. Welcome to the SEAM family of community heroes!

Pictures of the Community Picnic & Movie
Saturday July 15, 2017

Located at 6500 Six Mile Lane, 40218

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