GREEN BAY - Some area groups are looking to help families in need when it comes to school supplies.
A school supply drive is underway.
It is being hosted by the Packers, Edvest, and the Salvation Army.
It started earlier this week and goes through Saturday's Family Night.
The donated supplies will go to the Salvation Army Tools for Schools program and the Back to School store.
"Anything we can do to give back and those people that have the opportunity to provide, we're really hoping that they will come out and support us," said Justin Wolf, Packers corporate sales.
People can drop off supplies all week in the Lambeau Field Atrium.
And they will also be collected at four Lambeau Field parking lot entrances Saturday.
So, what to bring?
Any school supply item is okay, but there is a particular need for:
- Blue or black pens
- Three ring notebooks
- Plain colored folders
- Loose leaf paper
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