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“Many of our clients arrive afraid, depressed, and embarrassed to ask for help. They are very grateful for the personal care items we can offer them. These donated supplies not only help them with their immediate needs, but they also demonstrate that our community cares about them.” – LEAVEN More Stories
The Family’s ‘Help for the Homeless’ hygiene drive works with area homeless coalitions every spring to stock the shelves of 89 homeless and crisis programs in 15 Wisconsin communities in our listening areas. The goal of ‘Help for the Homeless’ is to supply a year’s worth of product to each agency (In many cases, this is happening!). Last season, generous community members donated $411,000 worth of laundry soap, shampoo, toothpaste, deodorant,etc. to their local crisis programs, Donations remain in the communities where they are collected.
Appleton/Fox Cities, Antigo Chilton, Fond du Lac, Green Bay/Brown County, Manitowoc/Two Rivers, Marshfield, Oconto/Marinette, Oshkosh, Antigo, Seymour, Sheboygan/Plymouth, Stevens Point, Waupaca, Wausau and Wisconsin Rapids. List of all 2018 Collection Sites.
2019 Dates: February 17 – March 10.
Drop donations off at Festival Foods or Shopko Stores February 17 – March 10, OR, join more than 900 local businesses, churches, and schools who participate annually by placing collection boxes and in high traffic areas and inviting their staff, members and students to contribute. Print-ready flyers and blurbs to paste into newsletters/memos etc. are in the “Information Kit” below.
For more information at The Family studios 800-236-9364 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Kit contains printable flyers, blurbs to cut and paste, lists, logos, news release etc.
Donate at: Festival Foods & Shopko Stores
Also Walgreens Stores, Sponsers, and participating businesses, schools, churches and organizations in participating communities
Thanks to these 2019 sponsors!
|Thanks also to Menasha Corporation for generously donating collection boxes!|
Shampoo (for all ethnicities)
Diapers (sizes 3,4,5 & pull ups)
Children’s Pain Meds