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Local Charity launches 'Empty Box' Campaign

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A local charity is using photography to inspire kids in Metro Detroit and you can help.

'All In Vision' has launched its "Empty Box" Campaign.

From October 24-26, you can drop off craft materials to any of the Five Below locations below, for the kids.

For more information go to allinvision.org.

 

Participating Five Below locations:

3140 Fairlane Drive Allen Park, MI 48101

3529 Wastenaw Avenue Ann Arbor, MI 48104

2145 S. Telegraph Rd. Bloomfield Hills, MI 48302

31065 Orchard Lake Road Farmington Hills, MI 48334

3212 Middlebelt Road Livonia, MI 48150

2897 S. Rochester Rd. Rochester Hills, MI 48307

23853 Eureka Road Taylor, MI 48180

520 John R Road Troy, MI 48083

43514 W. Oaks Ave. Novi, MI 48377

19211 W. Rd. Woodhaven, MI 48183

814 S. Baldwin Road Orion MI 48359

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