Tools for Schools

December 01 2017, Southland Kia

Tools for Schools

Every year Southand Kia teams up with The United Way to STUFF THE BUS with much needed school supplies for children in need in our local area. The Tools For Schools Campaign takes place throughout the month of August and with your generous support we’ve donated an incredible amount of school supplies for the past 10 years!

This year’s Tools For Schools campaign is underway and with the help of local businesses and the people in our community we can help make sure that every child is ready for the new school year!

Simply Bring Your Donation to Our Showroom or Call to Donate $50 to Provide a Backpack Full of Supplies to a Child in Need!

Donations can be made by coming by our showroom at

1276 Trans Canada Way SE

Or call to make other donation arrangements, local or long distance:


Tools for Schools

Thanks to the support of the wonderful Medicine Hat community our Tools for Schools drive is more and more successful each subsequent year and The United Way receives massive amounts of school supplies to distribute to children in need in our local community!

We’d like to extend a great big thank you to all those who took the time to visit one of our locations with donations of Tools for Schools for The United Way including all these great local businesses including: Cucumber Man Ltd., Posh Wash, Postcard Portables, Greg Anderson of MNP, Mark from House of Cars, Poo Patrol MH, Ryan Jackson, Sean Wheeler of Investor’s Group, South Country Co-op and so many more!

And another shout out goes to Mayor Ted Clugston, MH Police Chief Andy McGrogan, MLA Drew Barnes and MLA Bob Wanner for coming by to show their support for the cause with donations for children in our local community!

Support from the Community

We kicked off our donation drive for Tools for Schools in early August last year and our friends and longtime Tools for Schools supporters Southland Transportation provided buses to be stuffed with supplies and to easily indicate the three locations where donations could be provided.

And like every year our friends from MY96 and CHAT 94.5 were there to support The United Way with interviews and live broadcasts from our various locations, taking in donations and providing support for Tools for Schools! Thanks to Kim Johnston, Channy Jay, Shalinda Kirby, Joanne Lohr and Darren for coming by to broadcast live and show their support for this great cause!

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