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RICHMOND, Va. (WTVR) --  Students from nine Richmond middle schools are competing in a new, online campaign to raise money and show a little school pride.

T-shirts designed by student teams are being sold online here.

The funds raised will go to after school enrichment programs offered through the Middle School Renaissance Program.

The sold shirts also go towards the student teams who are competing to earn prizes for their MSR programs.

"Team A" represents Thompson, Franklin and Elkhardt Middle Schools.

"Team V" represents Brown, Henderson and Binford Middle Schools and "Team R" represents Albert Hill, Martin Luther King and Boushall Middle Schools.

Donors have an option to buy a shirt for themselves, give one to a student or make a donation to the Richmond Public Schools Education Foundation.

Other than shirts, donors can also choose a long sleeve shirt or a sweatshirt to buy.

The sale runs through May 1st.


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