Month: March 2021

Happy clients picked up small kitchen tables and microwaves today to help set up their homes. We were happy to provide them with items they needed to make their lives just a bit easier. Unfortunately, we now have empty shelves and are in need of small kitchen tables and microwaves for the next clients coming to us for these items.

If you have small kitchen tables or microwaves to donate, please take a moment to fill out our online donation form
https://www.thewishproject.org/drop-off-donation-form/ And stop by the warehouse Tuesday-Saturday 9-2:45

If you’re interested in shopping online and shipping directly to us, please take a peek at our Amazon wish list

Thank you for sharing with friends, family, neighbors, and online groups that may have small kitchen tables or microwaves to donate.

Rajib from the Chelmsford Sai Center stopped by this morning to drop off much needed diapers, deodorant, and body wash. These were items that we were in fear of running out of this week. These amazing community partners reached out and asked how they could help. We are so thankful for their continued support.

We need your clothing and shoe donations! Regular volunteer Linley was hard at work putting together clothing for client orders this weekend. She emptied bins and struggled to find items in several sizes.

We are out of, or almost out of, men’s shirts in size large, women’s tops in sizes medium and large, boys shirts in sizes 18month, 24 month, and 7, girls shirts in sizes 18 month, 24 month, and 10.
We are out of, or almost out of, shoes in the following sizes
Women’s sizes 5 and 5.5
Big girls sizes 1, 1.5, 2, 2.5
Little girls sizes 7, 8, 12, 12.5, 13.5
Big boys size 3.5
Little boys sizes 13 and 13.5

If you have clothing or shoes in good condition that you would like to donate, please stop by the warehouse Tuesday-Saturday 9-2:45

Thank you for sharing with friends, family, neighbors, and online groups that may have clothing and shoes to donate.

Staff Spotlight
Have you met Grace? If you’ve ever called the warehouse for help with wishes or donations, chances are you spoke with Grace. She has been manning the front desk at The Wish Project and keeping things running smoothly at the front end as the executive assistant for the past 6 years. When she’s not in the warehouse, she’s busy volunteering her time at her church. She’s always thinking of the needs of others. When she does get some down time, Grace enjoys watching Friends and eating Chinese food.

Lori is so excited to send off the last of the BITS Bags, but she can’t take a break just yet….

If you see Lori today, be sure to wish her a very happy birthday! We were so happy to be able to celebrate your special day with you😊

Dianne is patiently waiting at the donation dock for your donations. If you have clothing, shoes, diapers, cleaning products, or hygiene products to donate stop by the warehouse today before 3pm and fill Dianne’s bin!

A carload of BITS Bag items collected by Lawrence Academy student Emmy Beauvais was delivered to the warehouse today. Emmy has been working on supporting project after project at The Wish Project this year and we are so thankful for all her hard work. Dedicated volunteers, like Emmy, are what keeps our organization going.

If you are interested in volunteering on one of our offsite projects, please email tina@thewishproject.org

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