Back to School Bash goes on thanks to last
“The feeling is unexplainable,” Hope Now International Volunteer Michael Radka said. “It’s like having a family reunion, Christmas, and New Year’s all in one day.”
The 8th annual back to school bash will help thousands of local children.
Orlando resident Kyra Felton said she attended burberry bags sale in the past and is delighted that the event is back on.
“A lot of kids don’t have much and be looking forward to that,” Felton said.
Organizers said they’ve got 8,000 backpacks to give away.
They’re also ready to provide haircuts, vaccines, dental screenings and eye sight screenings.
For struggling parents, back to school is a tough time.
“It’s very difficult because it’s a lot of stuff you’ve got to get,” F burberry bags sale elton said.
Volunteers met on Tuesday to scope out the new location.
They said they are hoping to provide children in our community with the best possible start to a new school year.
Radka said they are still looking for more donations.
“Every $10 that comes in means that two more children can receive a backpack with school supplies,” Radka said.
Other school supply events:Florida Hospital is providing students in Bithlo free bookpacks Sunday, Aug. at the Bithlo Community Center, 18501 Washington Ave. in Orlando. There will be back to school physicals, eye exams, dent burberry bags sale al checkups and teeth sealants, haircuts, immunizations and more.
Feed The Children, an international nonprofit organization, is reaching out to The Foundation for Seminole County Public Schools to support these students in Seminole County. Feed The Children will deliver 75,000 backpacks to homeless students across the nation this school year.
A Gift For Teaching Seminole. Feed The Children will deliver a semi trailer filled with nearly 2,000 new backpacks, as well as books and snacks, to benefit homeless and low income students in Seminole County Public Schools. Supplies will be distributed to s burberry bags sale tudents throughout the district at Open House events held at their schools. Wednesday, Aug. 1780 West Airport Blvd., Sanford, Florida 32771. More than 47% of students in Seminole County Public Schools participate in the free and reduced meals program. The Foundation’s A Gift For Teaching Seminole store is open throughout the school year to provide free school supplies, books, clothing and more to teachers in every school to bring back to their students and classrooms.
The Center Orlando is collecting donations for backpacks, duffel bags, and drawstring bags for a Back to School drive! Donations will go towards students who are in need, and/or are homeless in our community. A donation box is set up in the front lobby, located at 946 N. Mills Ave., Orlando. on Sunday.
A Back to School bash is set for Saturday, Aug. in Marion County. Students will receive free backpacks, free immunizations (shot records must be present), free health and vision screenings and more.
The bash will be held at the Ed Croskey Recreation Facility, located at 1510 NW 4th Street in Ocala, and at Horizon Academy Elementary, 365 Marion Oaks Dr. in Ocala.