Visit a participating Walmart store on Friday, Saturday or Sunday to donate school supplies to help Midland students return to school.
COLUMBIA, SC – The first day of school is fast approaching for students in most Midlands school districts, and News 19 is once again teaming up with Walmart and the Midlands Salvation Army to ensure that students have the school supplies they need when they go to school. back to class.
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Our annual Stuff A Bus: Back to School starts Friday and runs throughout the Duty Free Weekend, August 6-8. It’s been three full days to donate supplies and help fill backpacks for students in our community!
This year, The Salvation Army will provide more than 400 underserved children with new backpacks and school supplies for the school year. Having these essentials not only improves a child’s self-confidence, but also provides them with tools to help them be successful.
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Drop by one of the following Walmart locations on Friday, Saturday or Sunday to donate school supplies to help Midland students return to school.
Participating Walmart locations:
- Forest Drive – 5420 Forest Drive, Columbia, SC 29206
- Two Notch – 10060 Two Notch Rd, Columbia, SC 29223
- Garners Ferry – 7520 Garners Ferry Rd, Columbia, SC 29209
- Harbison – 360 Harbison Blvd, Columbia, SC 29212
- Killian Road – 321 Killian Road, Columbia, SC 29203
Donation bins will be available at each of the Walmart locations listed above. Just look for the large bus sign with the WLTX and Salvation Army logos on it.
If you can’t make it to one of the locations, you can shop online at The Salvation Army’s Walmart Registry. All items ordered will be shipped direct to the Salvation Army Midlands.
The Midlands Salvation Army will be hosting a drive-thru distribution event on Sunday August 15th to provide over 400 underserved children with new backpacks full of school supplies!
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