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Caseworker Donation Volunteer

Working Together to Help the Homeless

Regular volunteers Anne and Pam fold and pack up warm blankets for Patricia and Judy to pick up. They will then be distributed to the homeless population living on the local streets.
By working together, we are able to take care of the most in need. Thank you to the generous donors who made this possible.

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Caseworker Thanks

MSPCC Picks Up

Caseworker Hope, from the Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children, picked up essential items for 4 of her clients. These items will go to local families in need, to help them care for their babies and small children. Thank you to the donors who made this possible.

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Caseworker Thanks

Necessities Go Out

Lynn, from Pediatric Physicians’ Organization at Children’s Hospital stopped by the warehouse to pick up much needed items for clients. Thank you to all of the donors who continue to make this possible.

Be sure to check out our Winter Wishes Open Your Heart Online Auction. Bidding closes Thursday at 8pm. https://www.32auctions.com/TheWishProject

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Caseworker Thanks

MSPCC Picks up Baby Goods

Carmen, a caseworker from Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children, stopped by the warehouse to pick up diapers and baby necessities for her clients. Thank you to all of the generous donors who make this possible every day. The parents who receive these donations are so grateful.

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Caseworker Donation

Birthday Bags for Kids in Need

Caseworker Sivaing from Justice Resource Institute stopped by the warehouse this afternoon to pick up two birthday bags for families she serves. These two children will have everything they need to celebrate their special day. From decorations, to cake mix, to a birthday gift. Thank you to our generous donors who made this happen.

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Diapers for babies

Carmen from Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children picked up basic items for babies today. She received diapers and other baby gear for infants. These caseworkers are always so grateful for everything we can give them for their already struggling clients. So many single moms feeling isolated and overwhelmed due to COVID. We are lucky to have our generous donors to help them in any way we can.

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Baby needs

Hope from Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children picked up baby items for two clients this week. They received newborn baskets, car seat, crib and diaper bag. All essential items for moms and their infants. Right now we are in need of Size 6 diapers and diaper bags. If you have any of these items and can drop off at the warehouse our donation hours are Tuesday-Saturday 9-2:45pm. If you prefer to shop online we have an Amazon wish list where you can shop from home and ship direct to us. https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/D0WB109LX427…. Thank you for helping us provide infant items for our youngest clients.

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Caseworkers serve their clients

Carmen from Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children picked up basic items for her clients yesterday. They received diapers, baby wipes and coats. All essential items for our already struggling clients. Right now we need Size 6 diapers, paper towels, tall kitchen garbage bags, disposable masks, toasters, coffee makers and microwaves. If you have any of these items to donate and can drop them off our donation hours are Tuesday-Saturday 9-2:45pm. If you prefer to shop online we have an Amazon wish list where you can shop from home and ship direct to us https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/D0WB109LX427…. Thank you for helping us provide basic items to our neighbors in needs.

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Magic of Christmas

Caseworkers serve their community

During this extraordinary year of COVID-19, caseworkers wait in line, 6′ apart, with masks on, in order to pick out toys for their clients a few days before Christmas. Everything about this year has been different, but one thing that remained the same is the commitment of the many agencies we work with and their caseworkers to provide their clients with everything their families need. We see them go above and beyond everyday while still protecting their own health and that of their families. Serving their community.

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Magic of Christmas

Caseworkers say Thanks!

Thank you from more of the many caseworkers and agencies that benefited from the Magic of Christmas project this year. We weren’t sure what to expect this year due to so many circumstances beyond everyone’s control. As usual our donors rose to the challenge and found a way to purchase and deliver thousands of gifts that went out to those in need in Greater Lowell and Merrimack Valley. You brought Christmas to over 4000 people this year and for that our partner agencies are extremely grateful!