FREE backpacks and laptops will be given away to school-aged children on Saturday, July 30 at the 7th annual "Niños Seguros Back to School & Safety Fair."
The fair is being held at the Glendale Civic Center, located at 5750 W. Glenn Drive, Glendale.
It starts at 10 a.m. and goes until 3 p.m, and focuses on child safety, health and education. Fairgoers can participate in activities and view demonstrations from different city, state and area heath organizations.
School-aged children will receive a free backpack from Arvizu Advertising and Promotions and Grand Canyon University. However, parents are encouraged to bring their children early, as supplies will run out, according to an event news release.
In order to receive a backpack, children will be given a voucher at the event's entrance, which they can redeem at the Ninos Seguros booth.
The fair is also raffling off some great back-to-school items, such as:
- Eight refurbished laptops
- Fifteen stuffed backpacks with school supplies
- Two refurbished desktop Dell computers
- Two family four packs to Arizona Sea Life Aquarium
- Two bicycles, one boy and one girl
The sponsors of this year's fair inlcude: Carl's Jr, SRP, Cash 1, Grand Canyon University, INFINITY Insurance, Bear Essentials, City of Glendale, Arvizu Advertising and Promotions, La Voz, TV y Mas, and Mega 104.3 FM.
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