GREEN BAY - It can be costly to get a child ready for a brand new school year.
The Salvation Army of Brown County is helping children who come from low-income families with its annual Tools For School program.
It serves students who are in kindergarten through 12th grade.
The students are provided with brand new school supplies, thanks to donations from the local community.
The school supplies will be distributed Monday, August 13 at the Salvation Army center, located at 626 Union Court in Green Bay.
There is no appointment needed, but you do need to bring some paperwork with you if you would like assistance. Click here to see what you need to bring with you on distribution day.
The Salvation Army is still in need of supplies for its Tools For School program. They will accept any new supplies donated to them, but they are particularly in need of:
glue, scissors (blunt and pointed), notebooks (1 subject), colored pencils, markers (broad), loose-leaf paper, pencils and pencil boxes.
Those supplies can be dropped off directly at the Salvation Army center at 626 Union Court.
FOX 11's Angela Kelly stopped by the Salvation Army center for Friday's Good Day Wisconsin to learn more about the Tools For School program. Click on the video links to your left to watch the segments.
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