Chicago Bulls legend Scottie Pippen and other Bulls members teamed up with Kia Motors to organize a rally on Wednesday, Oct. 19 to deliver much-needed school supplies to students at Victor Herbert Elementary School in Chicago.
Pippen was joined by Bulls personalities to include mascot Benny the Bull and team members Randy Brown, Adrian Griffin, Bob Love, Sidney Green, and Chuck Swirsky.
The Bulls were on hand to personally deliver the donated supplies, including spiral notebooks, pencils, pens, pocket folders, crayons, and backpacks – all in Kia vehicles – to the kids at the school.
The supplies were collected through a joint effort by the Bulls and Kia to benefit Chicago Public School students. Fans were also encouraged to make donations to the drive online, which resulted in raising $11,740 that went towards the purchase of 35 brand new laptops for the students.
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