Drop off school supplies at various Federal Way locations during the The Fill the Canoe School Supply Drive that runs through Aug. 16. Courtesy photo

Drop off school supplies at various Federal Way locations during the The Fill the Canoe School Supply Drive that runs through Aug. 16. Courtesy photo

Fill the Canoe School Supply Drive begins this week

All new school supplies donated during this time will be matched pound-for-pound by Red Canoe Credit Union.

The Fill the Canoe School Supply Drive began July 29 and runs through Aug. 16. All new school supplies donated during this time will be matched pound-for-pound by Red Canoe Credit Union. Supplies will be divided equitably among all schools in the Federal Way School District.

Drop off locations include:

• Communities In Schools of Federal Way (1825 S. 316th St., Federal Way)

• Red Canoe Credit Union

• Federal Way South King Fire & Rescue stations

• Greater Federal Way Chamber of Commerce

• St. Francis Hospital

Don’t have time to shop, visit https://federalway.ciswa.org to make a donation, or to see a list of needed supplies.

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