United Way of Union County kicked off its annual “Learn United” Stuff the Bus School Supply Drive this week
July 11, 2019
Collection sites can be found county-wide at 28 participating businesses and organizations.
Marysville collection sites include: Adecco, City of Marysville, ContiTech, Edward Jones Offices (Columbus Avenue, London Avenue and Scotts Farm Blvd locations),
Fraternal Order of Eagles, Honda of America, Honda Federal Credit Union (Echo Drive and Rt. 739 locations), Honda Marysville,
Keller Williams, Marysville Public Library, Memorial Hospital, Midwest Express, NextHome Experience, Ohio Reformatory for Women,
Primrose School of Marysville, Richwood Bank, Scotts Miracle-Gro, The Copy Source, Trinity Lutheran Church and Union Rural Electric.
Richwood collection sites include Parrott Implement and the Richwood Bank.
Collections sites in Plain City can be found at the Richwood Bank and at The Junior Library Guild.
The Raymond Public Library will also be collecting supplies.
All area school districts in Union County and Plain City are contacted prior to the school supply drive to ensure the cumulative list
includes supplies being requested by teachers for the 2019-20 school year.
A complete list of items and collection sites can be found here.
The collection will end on Aug. 6 when a Marysville School Bus will make the rounds and pick up all the donations. All donations will
be sorted by volunteers at the Central Ohio Youth Center and distributed to schools in the
Fairbanks, Jonathan Alder, Marysville, and North Union districts before the start of the school year.
Those in need of supplies should contact their child’s school to learn more.
“Preparation is a key to success,” Corinne Bix, UWUC Campaign Director said, “We want every student in Union County and Plain City to feel
prepared with the necessary supplies when they start back to school next month.”
Sponsors of this year’s Learn United event include Jerome Village, Memorial Health, Interim Healthcare, Honda of America, Liberty National Bank, Union Rural Electric, Parrott Implement and Midwest Express.