UMall Chick-Fil-A Holds School Supply Drive

By Princess Streeter Posted July 26, 2014 at 12:36 pm

University Mall’s Chick-fil-A restaurant is hosting a school supply drive to benefit Orange County teachers and students.

The drive is in partnership with the PSF-East Chapel Hill Rotary Teacher Supply Store, and the Store is making even more of an effort to assist local teachers by offering a $75 voucher to buy supplies in store for their classrooms.

In the recent history of state legislative budget cuts, North Carolina public education has taken one of the hardest hits. The General Assembly is currently working out an 11 percent pay-raise of teachers, as North Carolina holds one of the lowest rankings of teacher pay in the country.

“Our Chick-fil-A team is honored to help collect school supplies for the Teacher Supply Store,” said Sammy Culberson, franchise Operator of the Chick-fil-A at University Mall in Chapel Hill in a statement. “We encourage the community to come out and help local teachers and students start the school year poised for success.”

Donations can be dropped off in the restaurant during the mall’s open hours from Saturday, August 2 to Saturday, August 16.

Items requested by the Store include: Pencils (no.2), colored pencils, glue sticks, markers (fine line and broad tip), Sharpies (fine and ultra fine), highlighters, index cards (ruled and unruled), Post-It Notes, Scotch tape, composition book and construction paper.

For each guest that brings three items, Chick-fil-A is offering a complimentary Grilled Chicken Sandwich.

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