Nehemiah Project and Salvation Army making sure students are ready for school
CHATTANOOGA (WRBC) - This year, the Salvation Army is partnering with the Nehemiah Project to make sure children have what they need to head back to school.
They'll team with local churches to deliver more than 3,000 backpacks to local, low income students.
Every student in eight local title one schools will receive a backpack, but school supplies are still needed to make this happen.
They really need notebook paper and crayons.
If you can help, drop off donations at any local Chick-Fil-A or the Salvation Army's McCallie Avenue office by August 4th.