Dallas Back-to-School Supply Drive A Huge Success!

Category: Integrity Serves

Date: September 15, 2022

We’re so proud of how our Integrity family made our Dallas Back-to-School Supply Drive a success!

Thanks to everyone involved on the Dallas Shared Services Team, we were able to donate a large amount of school supplies to City Year Dallas, who partners with teachers and schools to help all students build on their strengths and fully engage in their learning.

Not only did we deliver enough items to support thousands of students, we were also able to spend time with the City Year leaders serving in Dallas schools to create more opportunities for collaboration. Through our donation, we served:

  1. 2,112 students in five elementary schools
  2. 724 students in one middle school
  3. 1,637 students in one high school

That’s a grand total of 4,473 students! This Back-to-School Supply Drive is just one of the ways that we are living our core value of “Service” through the Integrity Gives Back initiative.

Check out our highlight reel above showing the delivery of our donated items to City Year Dallas!

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