The annual “Tools for School” drive successfully completed another year, raising $30,632 to help out over 2,400 children to obtain school supplies.
Staples Business Depot, Winnipeg Harvest and the Winnipeg Goldeyes doubled the amount of money raised in comparison to last year’s initiative. The winner of the school supply drive shopping spree was also announced on Wednesday.
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