MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) - The new school year is just about a month away, and some parents need help getting the supplies needed for their children.
The Services Center of Catholic Social Services has a way you can help out. They are collecting donations of basic school supplies.
A financial donation can also be made. A $25 donation will sponsor the purchase of supplies for one child.
Donations can be brought to The Service Center at 555 Dauphin Street in Downtown Mobile or to the marked bin in the belltower vestibule at St. Dominic Catholic Church in West Mobile.
Financial donations can be mailed to: The Service Center of Catholic Social Services, 555 Dauphin St., Mobile, AL 36602, Attn: School Supplies.
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