Donate to the Head & Shoulders Knees & Toes Toiletry Drive to benefit Kent Food Bank

  • Monday, May 7, 2018 5:19pm
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The Washington School Nutrition Association has organized a Head & Shoulders Knees & Toes Toiletry Drive to benefit the Kent Food Bank.

Toiletry items can be dropped off at any Kent school kitchen or the Kent School District Administration Building, 12033 SE 256th St., Building E, from now through June 15.

Join members of the Washington School Nutrition Association who serve, cook and plan school breakfast and school lunch for Washington school children every day in a statewide effort to fill food and toiletry pantries. Suggested items include, hair care, body care, shaving needs, dental care, baby care, lotions, sunscreen, feminine care, trial sizes for all ages, men, women and children.

With summer approaching, many in the community will no longer have easy access to basic needs.

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