(WHNT) – WHNT News 19 is taking action, along with the Kids to Love Foundation, to make sure foster children have the supplies to succeed when the bell rings to start a new school year.
WHNT News 19 has crews stationed at two locations ready to accept your donation for the Kids to Love Pack the Backpacks school supply drive.
WHNT News 19’s Lee Marshall is at the Walmart in Hampton Cove.
You can also stop by and say hello to WHNT News 19’s Melissa Riopka at the Jack’s on Hughes Road in Madison.
Learn more about how you can donate here.
Dana Trulock and her husband, Madison Mayor Troy Trulock, stopped by the Jack’s location in Madison to talk about the importance of this school supply drive.
Mrs. Trulock was also on hand to make a donation on behalf of the Redstone Arsenal Community Women’s Club.
A WHNT News 19 employee also danced for a donation at the Walmart school supply drop off in Hampton Cove.
Sam Lott promised to moonwalk, to the best of his ability, in exchange for a $20 donation to the Pack the Backpacks school supply drive.
Watch the video below to see Sam make good on his promise.