Cricket, Salvation Army host school supply drive

Cricket Wireless and The Salvation Army are inviting the Federal Way community to be part of "Stuff the Pack," a school supply drive to help provide kids in Federal Way with the tools they need to be successful this school year.

Cricket Wireless and The Salvation Army are inviting the Federal Way community to be part of “Stuff the Pack,” a school supply drive to help provide kids in Federal Way with the tools they need to be successful this school year.

From now until Aug. 13, residents can drop off items like notebooks, pencils, paper, backpacks, binders, glue sticks, hand sanitizer and more at the Cricket Wireless store 1413 S. 348th St., Suite L103, in Federal Way.

A decorated donation bin at the store will collect all donations, and The Salvation Army will give all items collected to children in need.

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