Donations needed as Operation Chill-Out begins - Tucson News Now

Donations needed as Operation Chill-Out begins

Items can be dropped off at the following places during normal work hours for the next few months at Naughton's and Salvation Army. Items can be dropped off at the following places during normal work hours for the next few months at Naughton's and Salvation Army.
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Today is the kickoff of Operation Chill-Out, and the Salvation Army needs your help.

The Salvation Army is asking for cases of water, which will be passed out when the days get hot.

Other items needed are things you may not think twice about, but are luxuries to someone else: hats, visors, sunglasses, lip balm, sunscreen and white T-shirts.

Items can be dropped off at the following places during normal work hours for the next few months:

Any Naughton's

Either Salvation Army  center, 1001 N. Richey Blvd. or 1021 N. 11th Ave.

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