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Cassie Smith

Thank you to Young Kia for supporting Davis Education Foundation!

We are so grateful to our wonderful partners at Young Kia in Layton for donating to Davis Education Foundation through their annual Stuff the Bus event. 

Families in Davis County brought school supplies and participated in a bouncy slide, dunked teachers in a dunk tank, and interacted with vendors, such as Intermountain Hospital in Layton, Boondocks, SeaQuest, and DartSide. Children could also enter a coloring contest and get their faces painted. 

Overall, it was a fun day at Young Kia! A big thank you to Young Automotive Group and Young Caring for Our Young for your continued support!

Cassie Smith

You can make a difference for a child in need!

"Every kid is one caring adult away from being a success story."

- Josh Shipp

We believe every child deserves a great start!

Starting a new school year can be full of both excitement and fear. For hundreds of children in Davis School District, the possibility of shoes, underwear, socks and a pair of pants may not be in their future for the first day of school. You can change the life of a child and provide the assistance they need to start their school year off right!

We invite you to participate with other individuals and businesses in our community to "Be the One" to make a difference in the life of child. Your sponsorship will provide the essential items such as shoes, clothing, socks and underwear, which a child needs to be confident and ready to learn.

We have an incredible need in our community. We have more than 1500 children, 1100 who are homeless, who are in need of assistance. Please join us as we provide the basic essentials that will allow children to return to school with dignity and excitement!


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