TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - Efforts to get kids ready to get back in the classroom continue across the Wabash Valley.
The Salvation Army hosted the stuff the bus campaign.
The bus stopped by Walmart in Terre Haute Saturday.
All you have to do to help is drop off donated school supplies.
Those behind the campaign said it's important to make sure kids are ready for their first day back.
"There are several people in need of this in the community. They don't have the money to do this for their children, and I don't think that the burden should be placed on the families or the teachers, or you know the students if they can't bare the burden," said Sue Linden with the Salvation Army.
To learn about other stuff the bus campaigns in your community, you can follow the link.
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