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MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Neighbors 4 Neighbors isn’t only helping those in Surfside.

On Saturday, they teamed up with Miami-Dade County Public Schools to help families in the migrant camp in South Dade get ready for the upcoming school year.

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Three-hundred families received Walmart and Publix gift cards, a wide selection of toys, backpacks filled with supplies, and school uniform vouchers.

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Students will be going back to into the school building this year and Superintendent Alberto Carvalho is encouraging all parents to vaccinate their kids 12 years or older.

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