Donate to Cincinnati Public Schools through UC Parking Services’ school supply drive: Pens, Pencils & Paper for Parking
Exchange parking tickets for Cincinnati Public Schools donations June 16 – July 30
UC Parking Services is pleased to announce their first-ever school supply drive, Pens, Pencils & Paper for Parking, hosted in collaboration with Cincinnati Public Schools. All persons with a parking citation are free to participate in this premier school supplies drive.
By participating, you will provide students in need with school supplies to aid in their success for the upcoming school year!
How it works: To participate in the Pens, Pencils & Paper program, UC parking citation holders should pay their citation fee(s) online by logging into their parking portal account, and choosing the school supplies drive payment option. In turn, Parking Services will then make a donation to Cincinnati Public Schools equal to the amount of the citation.
The Pens, Pencils & Paper program will run Wednesday, June 16 through Friday, July 30. For more information, please visit uc.edu/parking, or call 513-556-2283.
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