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Wish family volunteer

More Wish family members volunteering their time. Dave Yutzy, our volunteer IT guy and John Moore, volunteering at the dock, happen to be helping out on the same day. We are extremely grateful for the help!
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Offsite volunteer

Meet Lili Sader McNair, one of our offsite volunteers. Lili can be found managing our LinkedIn and Twitter page. She makes it possible for Patty to focus on Facebook and the newsletter while she keeps our Twitter and LinkedIn page current and engaged. If you are on LinkedIn you can find us at https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-wish-project/ and on Twitter at https://twitter.com/WishProject .
Thanks, Lili, for taking on LinkedIn and Twitter and keeping them active and interesting!
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Offsite Volunteer

Meet Kathy Eldridge, one of our offsite volunteers. Kathy helps out by sending thank you notes to Amazon shoppers whose contact information we don’t have. She makes it possible for Tina to focus on sending out thank you letters to our donors whose contact information we do have and managing our volunteers and their schedule. If you donate an item from Amazon we would appreciate if you include a gift message with your name and contact information so we can thank you. Thanks, Kathy, for taking on Amazon thank you notes and freeing up some of Tina’s time!
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Offsite volunteer

Meet Crystal Stewart, one of our offsite volunteers. Crystal can be found managing our Instagram page. She makes it possible for Patty to focus on Facebook and the newsletter while she keeps our Instagram page current and engaged. If you are on Instagram you can find us at https://www.instagram.com/thewishproject/
Thanks, Crystal, for taking on Instagram and keeping it active and interesting!
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Teen helps out

Thank you to teen donor Emmy Beauvais, a junior at Lawrence Academy. Emmy held a collection drive and donated over 100 body washes today. We are grateful that so many schools stress helping their community as a part of their curriculum. Reaching out to help others makes us all stronger. Thanks, Emmy, your generosity will be appreciated by many families in Merrimack Valley.