TULSA, Oklahoma - A Tulsa group that helps make sure kids have school supplies got a little extra help from a recycling company.

Mr. Murph, the recycling company, gave Restore Hope a check for more than $1,200 Thursday.

The money was raised, with the help of The Tulsa Teachers Credit Union, during a special recycling campaign.

Restore Hope will use the money to continue getting school supplies for children all over the area.

Jeff Jaynes, with Restore Hope Ministries, said, "13,000 pencils. You'd be surprised how much those little pencils cost when it gets up to that number."