Stafford County Schools launch annual Collect for Kids School Supply Drive

by | Jul 19, 2020 | Schools & Education

Stafford County Public Schools (SCPS) is proud to collaborate with local area businesses to collect and provide new school supplies for students in need through its Collect for Kids drive. Supplies are collected through July 27, 2020 and distributed to schools on August 4.

Community members are encouraged to drop off school supplies at one of the following locations throughout the month of July:

·         Alvin York Bandy Administrative Complex (31 Stafford Avenue Stafford, VA 22554)

·         Fire Headquarters (1225 Courthouse Road Stafford, VA 22555)

·         Fire Station 12 (20 Sebring Drive Fredericksburg, VA 22406)

·         Fire Station 14 (53 Shelton Shop Road Stafford, VA 22554)

·         Jeff Rouse Swim and Sport Center (1600 Mine Road Stafford, VA 22554)

·         Staples Store #1264 (295 World Avenue Stafford, VA 22556)

·         sweetFrog Store #35011 (315 Garrisonville Road, Ste 101 Stafford, VA 22554)

·         The Giveback Team at Coldwell Banker Elite (100 Parkway Boulevard Stafford, VA 22554)

·         Triton Fitness (30 Blackjack Road Fredericksburg, VA 22405)

For donors who would prefer a virtual option, SCPS has provided an Amazon Wishlist.  Individuals and businesses may send school supplies directly to the school division without leaving their homes.

On August 4, 2020, volunteers will fill donated backpacks with the collected supplies and deliver them to SCPS schools. Volunteers are needed to sort and distribute supplies. Walden University will provide a Chick-Fil-A breakfast for volunteers. Face coverings are required and social distance procedures are in place during the sorting event.

For more information on Stafford County Public Schools and how you can participate in Collect for Kids, to include hosting a collection site, please visit www.staffordschools.net/collectforkids.

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