The Intel Corporation, Fulton Homes and the Chandler Fashion Center recently hosted a ‘Stuff the Bus’ event to gather necessary school supplies for Chandler-area students.
The companies provided 100 back-to-school kits, containing learning essentials, to the Boys and Girls Club of the Valley. Volunteers for the event spent a day managing inventory, sorting school supplies, and stuffing the backpacks.
Intel will also continue to support local educators and students throughout the community in collaboration with Jose’s Closet, a charitable organization serving families with foster, kinship, and adoptive children.
Intel employees are encouraged to donate school supplies, clothing, and other essentials to support foster children and their families during the back-to-school season.
Intel, the Intel Foundation, and our employees have made a total contribution of over $35 million to support Arizona schools and nonprofits since 2018. The microchip manufacturer and its employees continue to invest in education initiatives, and partner with social programs for equity in science, technology, engineering, arts, and math.
Intel, which has had an Arizona presence since 1979, regularly reports on its community giving and corporate responsibility through its annual RISE report.
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