We Broke The Record on Donations!

Operation School Supplies had it's last LIVE event with WAVY TV 10 last Friday. We ending with a bang thanks to Don Roberts, and of course the Girl Scout's whom worked every event and indeed loaded the truck!. Don even taught us a cheer for the event..'stuff the truck, stuff the truck' and we sure did, so far the count is over 70,000 bags stuffed-breaking the previous record.  

Distribution comes this week and we will post the pictures as area school districts come in to pick up supplies so all kids will have a fresh and strong start this school year. Thank you to all who participated. We met hundreds of great people, made a lot of new friends. Check out Don talking to John and Steve :)!!

GREAT News....6000 School bags filled!

Thank You to all who have donated thus far, we are halfway into Operation School Supplies and we have met our original goal of 6K school bags filled. That means we will be upping that goal :)) to help even more kids start the school year fresh and prepared with your continued help.

We know not everyone has been able to stop by yet!! Please remember you can drop off at any Farm Fresh in the region, or at FSI. We take cash donations or supplies, you can also pick up a pre-packed bag at our live events for a cash donation-the local girl scouts are doing the packing.

This is a huge team effort and we are privileged to take part of building a strong foundation in education for our area children.

Please join us and to keep you updated, we will be live with WAVY 10 this Friday, August 18 from 11-1 with Jam Cam Traffic Reporter Jen Lewis at the Farm Fresh S. Battlefield Blvd, Chesapeake. 

Come say hi to John and Steve, they will be manning our new event tent:)

 

Contact FSI at (757) 259-0790

Come Say hi on Friday, August 18th!

Our new event tent:) 11-1 Farm Fresh, S. Battlefield Blvd, Chesapeake...live with WAVY 10

Operation School Supplies Launch!!!

We are privileged to sponsor WAVY TV 10 Operation School Supplies along with area Farm Fresh and others. All the children in Hampton Roads deserve a fresh start for the school year, and having the new supplies and the right supplies are the foundation for education.

We started FSI in Hampton Roads, we are raising our families here and we believe our FSI family needs to support the region that has blessed us. It is our turn to serve by paying it forward. 

You can drop off supplies at our office or at any Farm Fresh. Cash donations welcome as well. 

Please contact us at FSI for questions or further details on how you can participate. 

We will be personally showing up around the area each Friday of August, please stop by and say hi and bring a donation :) 

Check out the commercial here: