“Tools For School” Drive Still Going Strong

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The annual “Tools For School” drive is in full force to help kids get the supplies they need come September. Staples Business Depot, in conjunction with Winnipeg Harvest and the Winnipeg Goldeyes, raised over $1,000 at the July 21st Goldeyes game.

This Sunday, August 9, the efforts continue. Drop off school supplies or make a cash donation at Canwest Park to help out many deserving families.

Anything from pencils, pens, notebooks and crayons, to glue sticks, binders, erasers, scissors and calculators… those are just some of the items that have been suggested for donation.

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