JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Around 50 homeless children and their parents living at the Sulzbacher Center were treated to a "Back to School Bash" Saturday morning.
The participants enjoyed music, bounce houses, games and face painting
Everyone there received a backpack with school supplies provided by Nease High graduate Mario Butler and his foundation.
Butler plays football for the Denver Broncos. His teammate Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie also donated through his foundation.
Eunice Jones and her two children have been living there for two months and she says the event is important to the kids there.
First Coast News