TULSA - Thanks to a partnership between the Bryan Smith State Farm Agency and John 3:16 Mission, a donation drive is providing food and supplies to those in need this holiday season.
This is the third year State Farm has held their "Fill the Truck" campaign to assist those with needs.
Founded in 1952, John 3:16 is a Christian ministry provides food, shelter, clothing and restorative programs to those in need.
During the next several weeks the agency will collect items such as coats, clothes, shoes and food.
Items are being collected until Dec. 19. The donations will then be dropped off at John 3:16 and delivered to the families in need.
To drop off donations, visit the agency at 6937 S. Sheridan Rd.
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