Spare a Square of toilet paper

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OLATHE, Kan. — An Olathe high school has collected thousands of rolls of toilet paper as part of an even bigger city-wide toilet paper drive.

Project Change says one of the biggest needs and one of the first things charities will tell you they need is TOILET PAPER. Project Change’s city-wide toilet paper drive is being called “Spare a Square.”

Students at Olathe Northwest collected more than 2,300 rolls of toilet paper through their school-wide drive. Project Change wants to gather 25,000 rolls of toilet paper by their May 4th event. You can donate or organize your own drive, and find out more information here:


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