Yuma Regional Medical Center Foundation needs your help to help school children
Story by 13 On Your Side Newsroom
YUMA, Ariz. (13 On Your Side) - 13 On Your Side has teamed up with the Foundation at Yuma Regional
Medical Center help local students have all the necessary school supplies
before the school year starts—and we need your help.
Volunteers will be stuffing backpacks at the Yuma Palms Mall on
July 19 from noon to 8:00 pm, as part of the "Stuff the Bus" event.
The fundraiser has raised more than $25,000 of its $60,000 goal
we are asking for your help to make sure each child in Yuma County
has supplies to start the school year off right.
backpack costs $13 for 'Drive for School Supplies' to fill.
can make a donation online at www.yumaregional.org or at the Foundation of Yuma Regional
Medical Center office, located at 399
West 32nd Street.
can also make donations of school supplies such as backpacks, crayons, markers,
colored pencils, glue sticks, three-ring binders, folders, notebook paper,
rulers, erasers and dictionaries can also be made at the Foundation
office. All donations are tax-deductible.
School supply collection boxes are located at:
The Foundation of YRMC office
Alexander Automotive Group
First Bank Yuma
Main Squeeze Winery
Mohave State Bank
National Bank of Arizona
University of Phoenix
Yuma County Health Department
Yuma County Juvenile
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