CBS46 kicks off Books to Kids donation drive
We need the community’s help to keep our kids reading.
ATLANTA, Ga. (CBS46) - The month-long CBS46 Cares Books to Kids donation drive kicked off Friday at the new Dunkin’ Donuts location on Matt Highway in Cumming.
Our Books to Kids donation drive has been able to provide 60,000 books to children in need, and we need the community’s help to keep our kids reading.
We’ve been on this mission since 2016, helping more than 11,000 students in need across Metro Atlanta. Educators tell us providing books for children to keep at home helps foster and improve their reading skills and abilities.
If you’d like to help, just scan the QR code below and that will take you to a link where you can donate.
The donation drive kicks off on Friday, Sept. 2. We will broadcast LIVE all day Friday from the grand opening of the new Dunkin’ Donuts store in Cumming where you can get a free donut with every donation. We’ll be there from 5 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. at the location at 5290 Matt Hwy, Cumming, GA 30028.
WAYS TO DONATE:
- Visit the Dunkin’ in Cumming – make a monetary donation & get a free donut (Offer only valid at Cumming location)
- Visit any of the 200 participating Dunkin’ locations (full list on cbs46.com) & scan the QR code at the register or drive-thru
- Scan the QR code at the bottom of the screen (The QR code will be on screen during all newscasts on Friday)
A donation of just $5 will put 5 books into the hands of a local student. Each student will receive a backpack with 5 books.
Copyright 2022 WGCL. All rights reserved.