DeKalb County surpassed its goal in a toilet paper drive for the metro Atlanta homeless community by thousands.
had a goal of collecting 3,000 rolls of toilet paper during the drive. They received 7,000 rolls, a press release said.
The drive was in partnership with local nonprofit
Love Rolls, which was founded by 17-year-old Kendall Robinson. Robinson will be presented a proclamation for "Love Rolls Day in DeKalb County" on March 13. READ | Why Atlanta women will sleep outside on International Women's Day READ | Fictitious 'Real Shelter Dogs of Georgia' cast featured on Bravo site
DeKalb County CEO Michael Thurmond said the county’s donation helps “protect the dignity of the homeless, needy and those who have gone through a natural disaster.”
Toilet paper was collected at several locations throughout DeKalb County from Feb. 12 to Feb. 23.
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