TEEM effort

TEEM gave away more than 1,000 toiletry items last year — everything from denture tablets to deodorant — to those who needed them most. This year, the organization looks to build on that success and continue equipping students with the tools necessary to gain employment and break cycles of poverty.

With partners Allegiance Credit Union, Chesapeake Energy, Lassiter Drug, Chapel Hill United Methodist Church and Pennsylvania United Methodist Church, TEEM will be accepting donations at designated drop sites until Aug. 31.

Visit teem.org for more information.

Gazette staff

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