Milwaukee leaders, Motorola team up to fill bags for children impacted by trauma
Posted: Oct 30, 2018 9:26 PM CDT
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MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- Milwaukee leaders are teaming up with Motorola to help children who've experienced trauma.
Officials put together bags for kids in the community that had donated items like coloring books and stuffed animals.
Police Chief Alfonso Morales says the donations go a long way in supporting traumatized youth.
"Sometimes we're dealing with children that have witnessed a shooting, children that have been victims of crimes, a house that burnt down. To be able to provide them with some of the essential needs is positive, and we thank Motorola for that," said Chief Alfonso Morales.
Motorola Solutions foundation donated the supplies.