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August 13, 2018 | Social Share
Wilson Kehoe Winingham proudly sponsored Wish-TV’s Gr8 Paper Push for the second year in a row. This year, the Gr8 Paper Push school supply drive helped raise thousands of dollars and collected tens of thousands of school supply items for more than 200 schools.
Every year, Wish-TV teams up with Teachers’ Treasures—a local non-profit school supply store offering teachers the opportunity to shop for supplies at no cost to them—to help teachers provide for their students and classrooms.
On average, teachers spend between $500 and $1,000 of their own money on school supplies every year—but Teachers’ Treasures lessens that burden. This year, with the help of Two Men and a Truck, the News 8 team visited more than 20 companies in the Indianapolis area as part of the school supply drive. The supplies these companies donated will help over 200 schools, 2,400 teachers, and 100,000 students.
The drive would not have been a success without the help of central Indiana businesses. So, we encourage businesses to get involved and make the Gr8 Paper Push school supply drive an annual tradition!
In Indianapolis, over 100,000 students are affected by poverty, meaning many unfortunately start the year without the supplies they need. Although the drive was held on August 1, there are still a lot of opportunities to help out.
Teachers’ Treasures always welcomes financial donations, supply donations, and volunteers. For more information, visit their website and find out how you can get involved.
Wilson Kehoe Winingham, LLC is an Indianapolis personal injury law firm. For more than 30 years, the attorneys at WKW have represented clients who have suffered serious injuries or substantial financial damages suffered due to others’ misconduct. WKW focuses their practice on medical malpractice, birth injuries, transportation accidents, construction accidents, farming accidents, personal injury, premises liability, products liability, nursing home and elder abuse, and unfair denial of claims by insurance companies.