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Summit DD Takes Part in 2022 UW Stuff the Bus Campaign

(Tallmadge, Ohio) Summit DD is proud to take part in this year’s UW Stuff the Bus Campaign through the United Way of Summit and Medina Counties. This campaign helps local elementary and high school students start the school year ready to learn. From June 27 through July 29, Summit DD will be a collection site for school supply donations.

See the supply list.

This annual United Way campaign mobilizes individuals and organizations to collect, sort, pack and distribute backpacks full of school supplies to local students. And we need your help. Throughout the month of July, Summit DD will have donation bins in our lobbies to collect the items needed to set local students up for success as they head back to schools in the fall.

UW Stuff the Bus Campaign Supplies needed:

Elementary School Students

  • Pencils (#2) with erasers
  • Crayons (standard 24 ct.)
  • Dry erase markers
  • Large erasers
  • Folders
  • Glue sticks (standard size, no jumbos)
  • Rulers
  • Hard Pencil Box
  • Ziplock bags (1 quart size)
  • Ziplock bags (1 gallon size)
  • Clorox wipes

High School Students

  • Pens (black or blue)
  • Pencils (#2) with erasers
  • Notebooks
  • Folders
  • Highlighters
  • Organizational Component (mini calendar, planner, to do list)
  • Subject Binders

How to Help

Simply stop by either Summit DD location (501 W. Hopocan Ave. in Barberton or Cuyahoga Falls: 2355 Second Street, in Cuyahoga Falls) and drop off any of the supplies listed above. Stuff the Bus donation bins will be in our lobby through July 29, 2022. Together we can support our community and set our student up for success this fall.


If you have additional questions, please message us on our Contact Us page.

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