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Caseworker Project Staff

Lori says goodbye to the last of the BITS Bags

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

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Caseworker Needs

Clothing Needs

Lorna from Lowell Community Health Center stopped by recently to pick up clothing and hygiene kits for her clients.

With all of the increased clothing requests, we are really struggling to keep our bins full. We are in need of many sizes right now. We are currently in need of
girls long sleeve tops in size 18 months, 24 months, 2T, 4T, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, and 16.
Boys long sleeve shirts in sizes 18 months, 24 months, 14, and 16.
Men’s long sleeve tops in size XL.
Men’s pants in sizes medium and large.
Women’s long sleeve tops in size medium.

If you have clothing 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
https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/D0WB109LX427?ref_=wl_share

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

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Caseworker Project Volunteer

A Volunteer, a Caseworker, and a Whole Lot of BITS Bags!

Joanne from CTI stopped by the warehouse to pick up BITS bags. Rob helped her load up her car with all the bags we were able to make up for her clients. These will soon be given out to local families with small children, to help with their development. We can’t wait to hear about all the happy faces that are to come!

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Caseworker Project Thanks

Happy Caseworkers Pick Up BITS Bags

More happy caseworkers picking up BITS Bags! These bags, filed with age appropriate and educational toys, will soon be in the hands of local infants and toddlers. We are all so happy knowing that we are helping local children grow and learn.

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Caseworker Needs

As Clothing Goes Out, Our Needs Increase

Caseworker Kareem, from Alternative House, stopped by the warehouse to pick up clothing for several clients. Thankfully, we were able to fill their bags with all they needed, but we are now out of many sizes.

We currently need Mens long sleeve shirts in sizes medium and large, men’s pants in sizes M/L/XL, women’s long sleeve tops in sizes M and L, women’s pants in size 6 and 12, baby boys clothes in 24 months, baby girls clothes in 6/9 months, boys long sleeve tops in size 2T, and girls long sleeve tops in sizes 2T, 4T, 10/12, and 14/16.

If you have any of these items to donate, please stop by the warehouse Tuesday-Saturday 9-2:45. Be sure to fill out our online donation form prior to dropping off https://www.thewishproject.org/drop-off-donation-form/
If you prefer to shop online and have items shipped directly to the warehouse, please see our Amazon wish list https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/D0WB109LX427?ref_=wl_share

Thank you for sharing with friends, family, neighbors, and online groups that may have items that they wish to donate.

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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.