Wednesday, August 3, 2011
In a few weeks, students will head off to school once again to put their noses to the grindstone.
Unfortunately, a handful of parents may not be able to sleep at night, because they'll be worrying about how to cover the escalating costs of schoolbooks and supplies necessary to keep their children abreast of their studies.
Fox 5 News - and a posse of giving individuals (including the Salvation Army) - have launched a drive for school supplies with the specific aim of overcoming that hurdle for concerned loving parents.
In fact, the Fox News team will be on location tomorrow at one of the drop-off centres at McDonalds situated at Sunset and Eastern (2550 East Sunset) in Las Vegas.
Donations will also be accepted on air at Fox on the 4th of August as well.
Your contributions may also be delivered to the Salvation Army in person.
The Salvation Army
2900 Palomino Lane
Help a child today!
Stop by and say hi to the news anchors and their crew at Fox 5 News - and, if possible - donate much-needed items such as notebooks, backpacks, pencils, sharpeners, gift cards, crayons, loose-leaf books and paper, calculators, glue sticks, highlighters, colored pencils, tape, and any other materials youngsters may need during the learning process.
Just bet that once you do contribute the experience will literally warm the cockles of your heart!