Birmingham-based Cheeriodicals kicks off nationwide donation campaign with 130 backpacks for local students


Alabama Launchpad / Cheeriodicals / Sonic Automotive / Echopark
Members of Sonic Automotive and EchoPark Automotive hand delivered backpacks to students at Henry J. Oliver Elementary in Birmingham. (Nathan Watson / Bham Now)

On Thursday, August 3rd, members of Birmingham-based Cheeriodicals—a past Alabama Launchpad winner—and Sonic Automotive/EchoPark met to hand-deliver 130 Cheeriodicals backpacks to Henry J. Oliver Elementary. The donation is part of a campaign to deliver more than 2,500 Cheeriodicals backpacks to students at 30+ under-resourced schools across the country. 

Learn more about Cheeriodicals, Sonic Automotive/Echo Park and how they teamed up to support students across the country!

Sponsored by:

Economic Development Partnership Of Alabama

Nathan Watson
Nathan Watson

Tennessee native who fell in love with Birmingham during college. Graduated from Birmingham-Southern College in 2019. Passionate about Birmingham and its continued growth.

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