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A flyer for the GCAC paper supply drive. Photo submitted by Megan Woods.

A group of communications seniors are hosting a Paper Supply Drive for the Gateway Children’s Advocacy Center (GCAC) as part of their senior capstone.

Anyone in the community is encouraged to donate various paper products such as paper towels, toilet paper, facial tissue, printer paper or paper plates to the GCAC. The GCAC will also accept individually packaged snacks, juice boxes, cleaning supplies, stuffed animals, individual blankets, art supplies, gas cards for clients or monetary donations.

The students’ goal is to be able to provide children and staff with essential items needed for daily operation.

The mission of the Gateway Children’s Advocacy Center is to coordinate services to victims of child sexual abuse, physical abuse and human trafficking in the Gateway area.

The drive will run until April 17.

Donations can be dropped off to Melanie Noble at any time or the GCAC during hours of operation. The GCAC is open Monday through Friday from 9a.m. to 5p.m.

The GCAC is located in Morehead at 310 E Main St.

For more information contact Melanie Noble at (740) 646-9008 or the GCAC at (606) 780-7848.