Thursday August 8th, join News 13, Clear Channel, Ingles & Eblen Charities in Tools for Schools, a day long local school supply drive in our community.
With budget cuts looming the need is just as great, if not greater, heading into the new school year. We encourage you to donate where you live or work. You can feel good knowing the school supplies you donate on August 8th will go to a child in your community!
As you shop for groceries or school supplies for your own children in the coming days, pick up some extras and take them to the following Ingles location, where volunteers will be standing by on Thursday, August 8th:
The following Ingles locations will have designated 'Tools for Schools Buggies' where you can drop of supplies. Look for the 'Tools for Schools' signs near the front of the store. We'll make sure all the supplies get to your local schools!!!
Use The Ingles Advantage™ Card and help your local school. When you make purchases using The Ingles Advantage™ Card, Ingles will give back to the school a portion of those sales. The portion can be used by the school to purchase computers and school supplies.
Link your Advantage Card to your favorite school now!
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