INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - The first day of school from some school districts is just around the corner and that means it's time to go shopping.
The Salvation Army and Target have teamed up to give hundreds of students across the state a back-to-school shopping spree.
Locally, 120 students got to go on the shopping spree, which was scheduled for Wednesday.
Each child was paired with a volunteer to help them pick out everything they need.
Major John Turner with the Salvation Army said "They are here and they are getting an $81 gift card from Target to buy supplies, uniforms or other supplies they need as they go back to school."
"It helps us get ready for school and they are being really nice to us," said patron Olivia Love.
Target has awarded The Salvation Army nationwide $1 million to cover Target Gift Cards and transportation costs.
Target plans to give $1 billion for education by the end of 2015.
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