DE PERE - Some area children will soon have their fill of eggs, because they'll receive thousands of them.
Shopko and candy company Wrigley donated 90,000 eggs. Of those, 60,000 will be given to 16 non-profit organizations in the Green Bay area.
The other 30,000 will go throughout the Midwest.
The plastic eggs are filled with Skittles and Starburst jelly beans.
Organizers say it's a sweet way to give back.
"This was inventory that Shopko had and so we decided really to reach out to organizations in our communities to see if there was a need for this; so organizations are picking up anywhere from 5,000 eggs to as many as 20,000 eggs a piece," said Tara Zeller, public relations with Shopko Foundation.
The organizations say they will use the eggs in baskets, parties, family night events, and Easter egg hunts.
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