Salvation Army Teams With Spokane Indians For Donations | Community Spirit
Donations in retail bins are low this summer, according to the Salvation Army. With back to school just around the corner, the Salvation Army is teaming up with the Spokane Indians to help provide kids with the basic school supplies they need.
The Spokane Indians are hosting Salvation Army Night Tuesday asking fans to Burst the Bus and drop off school supply donations.
The big red school bus will be in front of Avista Stadium accepting donations. The need has increased greatly over the last few years.
The Salivation Army handed out almost 2,000 backpacks last year, but they say they'll need 2,500 hundred this year.
First Pitch is at 6:30 Tuesday at Avista Stadium.