Anchorage, AK – July 25, 2019
From July 26 – August 9, 2019, EasyPark will accept pencils or black/blue pens in lieu of payment for $20 parking citations as part of a community effort with HUGGS (Helping Us Give School Supplies), a Lutheran Social Services of Alaska program, which provides school supplies to Anchorage students in need.
“EasyPark values service agencies that provide back to the community,” says Demetric Tuggle, Parking Director for EasyPark. “Providing assistance by accepting school supply items for parking citations is a positive start in supporting our local students for a successful school year.”
Donation values that are being accepted in lieu of $20 parking fine are the following:
- #2 Pencils – Quantity 200
- Blue or Black Pens – Quantity 100
Any current EasyPark ticket worth $20 is eligible. Limited to one ticket per license plate, tickets that are older than 30 days are not eligible. Payment must be in either all pencils or all pens.
Those who are interested in participating will need to bring their donations to the EasyPark office located at 440 B Street, Monday-Friday from 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. from July 26 – August 9, 2019.
HUGGS will be distributing school supplies on Tuesday, August 13, 2019 at East High School from 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. for grades K-12. For more information on the HUGGS program call 644-8477 or if interested in volunteering, sign up via www.cssalaska.org.
For more information about EasyPark’s parking programs, call EasyPark at 276-7275 or visit www.easyparkalaska.com for news updates about this and other new programs.
Contact: Melinda Gant, email@example.com
EasyPark is the brand name of the parking services operated by Anchorage Community Development Authority (ACDA). ACDA is a public corporate authority for the Municipality of Anchorage. ACDA’s parking division, EasyPark, manages more than 6,000 parking spaces in downtown Anchorage.
Lutheran Social Services of Alaska (LSSA)
Lutheran Social Services of Alaska is a non-profit social service agency providing hope in the lives of Alaskans through programs that sustain and transform lives.