Donations being collected for the 6th Annual Stuff the Bus

Donations being collected for the 6th Annual Stuff the Bus

Area businesses are collecting supplies through the month of July.
ALTOONA – The Family Resource Center at United Way of Blair County is teaming up with local businesses to provide school supplies to students in need throughout Blair County with their 6th Annual Stuff the Bus campaign.

School supplies including backpacks, notebooks, binders, crayons and construction paper are among the items being accepted.

Donations are being accepted at the following locations until July 30th:
  • Advanced Chiropractic – 332 W. Plank Road, Altoona
  • Altoona Area Public Library – 1600 5th Avenue, Altoona
  • AASD Special Education Department – 1221 6th Avenue, Altoona
  • Begin With Us Child Care & Preschool – 703 Grant Avenue, Altoona
  • Bellwood-Antis Public Library – 526 Main Street, Bellwood
  • Boscov’s Department Store – Logan Town Centre, Altoona
  • Child Advocates/Blair County Head Start – 319 Sycamore Street, Altoona
  • GRYP (Blair Co. Chamber of Commerce) – 3900 Industrial Park Drive, Altoona
  • Hollidaysburg Area Public Library – Furnace Road, Hollidaysburg
  • Kooman & Associates, LLC – 517 S. Logan Valley Blvd., Altoona
  • Logan Valley Mall & the Style Club – 5580 Goods Lane, Altoona
  • Mountain View Eye Associates – 1418 11th Avenue, Altoona
  • Pennsylvania Highlands Community College – 5580 Goods Lane, Altoona
  • Second Avenue United Methodist Church – 130 2nd Avenue, Altoona
  • Tender Love For Children – 1401 12th Avenue, Altoona,
  • Tyrone-Snyder Public Library – 1000 Pennsylvania Ave, Tyrone
  • United Way of Blair County – 5414 6th Avenue, Altoona
The United Way plans to distribute the items collected Thursday, August 7th from their offices on 6th Avenue in Altoona. Appointments are necessary to receive supplies.

For more information, or to register for an appointment, please contact the United Way of Blair County at 944-0884, ext. 304.
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