Cram The Van with United Way

United Way Emerald Coast and their community partners are hosting the annual Cram the Van school supply drive for students in Okaloosa and Walton County! This year, United Way has provided four different ways to donate. Donations can be accepted at the event at Staples in Crestview, through text donation, online donations, or by purchasing items off the Amazon wishlist! Join United Way and their Cram the Van partners in giving local students the tools they need to succeed for the next school year.

2020 Cram the Van Shopping List:
● Crayons
● Colored Pencils
● Washable Markers
● Dry Erase Markers
● Folders
● Backpack
● #2 Pencils
● Glue Sticks
● Notebooks or Composition Notebooks
● Loose Leaf Paper

Staples Crestview
Saturday, July 25, 2020 | 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Text and Virtual Donations accepted now through: Saturday, August 15, 2020
Text Donation: 
Text CRAMTHEVAN to 41444
Online Donation: 
For more information, contact United Way Emerald Coast’s Education Coordinator, Jackie Schulte, via email at or by calling 850-243-0315.

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