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United Heritage School Supply Drive

Posted on July 8, 2014 UHCU Happenings 0 comments

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The annual United Heritage School Supply Drive is now underway!
 
United Heritage wants to ensure children who are not able to purchase their own school supplies get what they need before their first day of school. For this reason, our employees participate in an annual school supply drive for children and families in need. This year we're accepting donations from UHCU members as well! In 2013, UHCU employees collected over 2,400 school supplies for children and families who needed them. We want to collect even more items this year with your help. The benefitting organizations of the United Heritage School Supply Drive are Big Brothers Big Sisters in Austin and PATH (People Attempting to Help) in Tyler. Students in Grades 6-12 will receive supplies from the United Heritage School Supply Drive.
 
We appreciate all who support the People Helping People philosophy of United Heritage Credit Union.

How to Donate

Bring your school supplies to any full-service United Heritage branch location and place them in the Team United Heritage collection bins that will be stationed in the lobbies through Friday, July 25, 2014.

What to Buy

Backpacks Pencil Cases
Wide & College Rules Loose Leaf Paper Wide & College Ruled Spiral Notebooks
Blue Ballpoint Pens Folders with Brads and Pockets
#2 Pencils Broad and Thin Tip Markers
Pencil Erasers (Soft) or Eraser Tops Crayons
Glue Sticks Colored Pencils
White Glue Construction Paper
Rulers 1-Inch Three Ring Binders
Subject Dividers Highlighters
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Printable version of the School Supply List

Donation Guidelines

No used items.
Please note: The children receiving items from the United Heritage School Supply Drive are in Grades 6-12.

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