Abington area resident Timmy Walsh, Camera For A Cure donate school uniforms, supplies to Keystone Rescue Mission in Scranton


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Timmy Walsh stands outside the Scranton Rescue Mission, where he donated school uniforms and supplies for a beginning of school give-a-way.


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SCRANTON — Timmy Walsh, 14, of Olyphant and Dalton, through his nonprofit organization Camera For A Cure, recently donated school uniforms and supplies to the Keystone Rescue Mission for its annual Kids Klothes Line beginning of school give-a-way.

Walsh collected school uniforms, along with pens, pencils, notebooks, index cards, and other school items from members of the community to donate to the Scranton location of the KRM.

Located at 8 West Olive Street, the mission helps those in need throughout the year. Each August they hold a distribution of school supplies. With families looking for help with uniforms and other items, it is used by many.

Walsh has been volunteering for the Keystone Rescue Mission since he was in preschool. He has served meals, helped organize clothing and groceries, and held clothing drives for 10 years.

Timmy Walsh stands outside the Scranton Rescue Mission, where he donated school uniforms and supplies for a beginning of school give-a-way.
http://theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_ABJ-Walsh-Rescue-Mission.jpgTimmy Walsh stands outside the Scranton Rescue Mission, where he donated school uniforms and supplies for a beginning of school give-a-way. Submitted photo

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Information provided by Camera For A Cure.

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