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Spokane Salvation Army Runs out of School Supplies

Submitted by on August 25, 2009 – No Comment

It took all of 30 minutes to distribute 300 backpacks full of school supplies in Spokane, Washington. Then, volunteers put leftover crayons, notebooks, pencils, and other back-to-school stuff into 344 paper bags and distributed that too!

Captain Kyle Smith, the local leader of The Salvation Army, says that the families who were in a position to donate school supplies last year are in line to receive them this year. So now, the Army in Spokane is out of school supplies. Completely. Unless we step in to help.

If you have any leads on resources for the Army in Spokane, please visit them online and let them know.

Check out the Seattle Post Intelligencer online for more on this story.

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