A properly-appreciated school current drive in Marion County is returning For An further yr To assist homeless and needy college students throughout the county.
The “Mission: Bus Brigade – Supply Their Success” school current drive currents school currents to 29 elementary schools, 10 center schools, 8 Highschools, And eight further instructional institutions Inside the district.
The drive provides native residents The prospect to make a distinction Inside the lives of the homeless and needy youngsters of Marion County by donating new school currents, youngsters’s clothes, footwear, private hygiene gadgets and monetary contributions.
COVID-19 restrictions prohibit An exact school bus from visiting group places this yr To choose up donations; however, donations Might be made by look at payable to “Homeless/Needy Children Program” and mailed to Mission: Bus Brigade, c/o Homeless and Needy Children Program, Marion County Public Schools, 1614 E. Fort King St., Ocala, Florida, 34471.
By way of the yrs through completely different variations, the advertising campaign has collected Greater than $500,000 in donations and merchandise – all distributed through The varsity district’s Homeless and Needy Children Program And school counselors.
Staples is A critical contributor to this yr’s advertising campaign.
“Mission: Bus Brigade” Can furtherly take part Inside the “Again To Highschool Bash” with the Marion County Children’s Alliance on July 31, 10 a.m. – 1 p.m., On The buddies Recycling Middle (2350 NW 27 Ave., Ocala).
On August 3, Usually acknowledged as “Super Tuesday,” further donations Shall be accepted On these Ocala places:
9 a.m. – County Commissioner Meeting (McPherson Authorities Complicated)
10:30 a.m. – Ocala/Marion County Affiliation of Realtors® (3105 NE 14th St)
11:30 a.m. – Staples (1901 E. Silver Springs Blvd)
12:30 p.m. – Staples (Shady Oaks Buying Middle, SW State Road 200)
1:30 p.m. – VFW Submit 4781 (9401 SW One hundred and tenth St)