Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Suppport Tucson Students' by Donating School Supplies

Posted By on Wed, Jul 27, 2016 at 2:30 PM

Backpacks, markers, glue sticks, oh my! Help the kids of Tucson start the school year off right, prepared with supplies by donating school essentials to the La Escuelita South Tucson back to school supply drive.

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Bring school supplies to help students, donate anything from pencils to paper, you can even bring a backpack full of school supplies if you're feeling generous. 

The UA Museum of Art and the UA Norton School of Family and Consumer Science are supporting the drive by acting as drop off sites for the donations. 

You have until Tuesday, Aug. 2 to drop off donations at the UA Museum of Art (1031 N. Olive Rd) or the Norton School of Family and Consumer Sciences (650 N. Park Ave.)  

Have items that need to be picked up? Email meyer.kate88@gmail.com. 

Don't worry if you find more school supplies after that date: The Tucson Desert Art Museum's supply drive starts the next day and continues through Sept. 30. 

The Tucson Desert Art Museum is even offering a discounted admission to anyone who donates supplies.  

More information about the La Escuelita drive and the Tucson Desert Art Museum drive is available online.

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