Cape Coral Police Partners with 3H Exchange to Help Students with School Supplies

The Cape Coral Police Department is proud to announce it is once again partnering with the 3H Exchange.

The 3H Exchange (High Schools Helping the Homeless) is a program committed to providing goods to students in need throughout the Lee County School District.

Cape Coral Police Partners with 3H Exchange to Help Students with School Supplies

Starting Monday, July 19th and running through Monday, August 2nd, 2021, the Cape Coral Police Department will have a donation bin in the lobby of the Cape Coral Police Department headquarters (1100 Cultural Park Boulevard) where people can drop off donations for the 3H Exchange. This donation drive is for school supplies as we head back into the school year starting August 10th, 2021.

These donations are all kept local and handed out through the help of social workers and counselors for the students in the Lee County School District. By donating in this bin, you are making a difference in the lives of Lee County children and helping better your own community.

Cape Coral Police Partners with 3H Exchange to Help Students with School Supplies

The 3H Exchange is asking for donations of the following:

  • pencils, pens, crayons, markers, highlighters
  • folders, lined paper, notebooks, 3-ring binders
  • glue, pencil pouches, backpacks, etc.
Cape Coral Police Partners with 3H Exchange to Help Students with School Supplies
Eric Decker – 3H Exchange founder; Officer S. Perez; PAO MSGT. J. Green

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