(Marysville, WA) – In an effort to help as many children as possible, Marysville’s Stuff the Bus campaign is being extended through Labor Day! Donations are still needed from the community to help hundreds of students in need.
School supplies can still be dropped off through Labor Day at Marysville School District Headquarters (4220 80thSt NE) or The Salvation Army (7227 44th Ave NE). Financial donations can also be made online at www.bit.ly/SchoolSuppliesDonation. Supplies collected during the campaign will be distributed in August and September to Marysville students. The Salvation Army, Marysville Community Food Bank and additional local partners are sponsoring the campaign, which kicked off in July.
School supplies still needed include:
- #2 Pencils (Dixon Ticonderga Preferred)
- Ballpoint Pens (Black, Blue and Red)
- Black Fine Tip Sharpies Erasers (Pink or Pencil Cap)
- Highlighters (Yellow Preferred)
- Pencil Boxes (5x8 Preferred) or Pencil Pouches (3-Pronged Preferred)
- Pencil Sharpeners (With Lids Preferred)
- Dry Erase Markers (Low Odor and Black Preferred)
- Glue Sticks (Standard Size, Clear/White Only) and White School Glue
- 1” to 3”, 3-Ring Binders (White Preferred)
- 3-Prong Pocket Folders
- 3-Ring Subject/Binder Dividers
- Copy Paper (White)
- Graph Paper
- Composition Books
- 3x5 Index Cards
- Post-It Notes (3x3 and Yellow Preferred)
- College-Ruled Notebook Pape and Wide-Ruled Notebook Paper
- College-Ruled and Wide-Ruled Composition/Spiral Notebooks (Solid Colors Preferred)
- Crayons (Crayola, 24-Packs Preferred, *No Fluorescent or Glitter Please)
For a complete list of most-needed school supplies, donation locations, volunteer information and more, visit.
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The Salvation Army was founded in 1865 when William Booth decided to take his ministry into the streets of London where it would reach the poor, the homeless, the hungry and the destitute. It is now part of the universal Christian Church, and an international organization meeting human needs in 127 countries around the globe. The Salvation Army continues its tradition in Washington by serving more than 500,000 people annually, always meeting human needs without discrimination. Among the services offered in this region are rent/utility/gas assistance, food pantry, clothing, disaster relief services, summer camps, holiday assistance, services for the aging, medical facilities, shelters for battered women and children, family and career counseling, vocational training, correction services, and substance abuse rehabilitation.