FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (KNWA/KFTA) — Sheep Dog Impact Assistance is collecting masks to help kids going back to school.
It is partnering with the NWA COVID-19 Task Force to collect face coverings for students in Washington and Benton counties.
It hopes to get enough for every kid in K-12 schools across Northwest Arkansas.
“With all the concerns that obviously that I myself as a parent and so many other parents have out there is sending our children back to school safely and in a responible manner, and if we can help with that by collecting and distributing masks, then we’re happy to do so,” CEO Sgt. Maj. Lance Nutt said.
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