Stockton Kings to Host Second Annual "Stuff the Bus" Supply Drive to Benefit Local Students
Stockton, Calif. - Today, the Stockton Kings announced that they will host their second annual "Stuff the Bus" School Supply Drive to benefit students in the Stockton area. Beginning on Monday, July 15, fans can donate school supplies at drop-off boxes located at various stores and restaurants at the Lincoln Center. The drive will help provide supplies to local students from Gospel Center Rescue Mission and select participating teens from Lord's Gym City Center as they begin the school year.
"Last year, in partnership with Lincoln Center, the community helped us collect over 1,000 school supply items for students in need," said Stockton Kings President of Business Operations Dustin Toms. "We are excited to launch this drive again and continue our mission to promote education in Stockton."
"We are excited to partner again this year with the Stockton Kings collecting school supplies for students in need," said Marketing Director of Lincoln Center Tara Valone. "The children in our community hold a special place in our hearts and we are looking forward to another great year of donations!"
To wrap-up the drive on July 20, the Stockton Kings, with the help of mascot Dunkson, will host a drop-off event at Lincoln Center. From 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., fans who drop off donations, will have the opportunity to receive a voucher for two tickets to Stockton Kings opening night on November 8, as well as Stockton Kings swag and hang out with Stockton King's personalities.
Suggested donation items include:
Pencils (#2 and mechanical)
College Ruled Paper
Master Locks for Lockers
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