Sheriff’s Deputies Deliver School Supplies After Fire Near Montgomery
March 9, 2017 - School Supplies
The following was supposing by a Kendall County Sheriff’s Department:
“Kendall County Sheriff’s Deputies Karen Hanson and Zach Tongate delivered 6 behind packs filled with propagandize reserve to children in Oswego Township after a glow shop-worn their homes. The reserve were supposing by a Walter and Connie Payton Foundation as partial of their back-to-school supply drive.
The Walter and Connie Payton Foundation hosts’ propagandize drives during a summer to collect new reserve and backpacks. They yield businesses with a box and posters to collect a supplies.
Once a expostulate is complete, a Walter and Connie Payton Foundation collects a donations, sorts and fills backpacks with a reserve and distributes filled backpacks to schools, and particular families in need of receiving reserve for their children.
Each year a Walter and Connie Payton Foundation discharge approximately 2,500 backpacks.
Connie Payton said, “I am happy to see a efforts continue to assistance those in need. The Payton Family believes we have been sanctified to be a blessing to others.”
Nancy Hewlett, Office Manager/Event Coordinator with a Walter and Connie Payton Foundation added, “Partnering with a Kendall County Sheriff’s Office has been a good approach to faster get reserve to children when needed. We truly conclude a Kendall County Sheriff’s Office for all they do for a community.”
For some-more information on a Walter and Connie Payton Foundation, greatfully revisit www.Payton34.com“
Photo supposing by a Kendall County Sheriff’s Department