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Grateful for volunteers

Suzanne, Linda and Ann are three of our wonderful Wednesday volunteers. Every week they spend their time sorting and organizing incoming donations and filling the client clothing bins. Without their help Dianne would be buried in bags of unsorted clothing. They also help Grace and Lori fill that days client orders and let them know what we need. Right now we especially need Men’s and Large size Boys long sleeve shirts, Women’s M and L long sleeve shirts, teen girls size 14-18 winter clothes, all plus size clothing Men and Women 2X and up, coats, hats and gloves all ages and sizes. If you have any of these items to donate you can drop off Tuesday-Friday 9-2:30pm and Saturday 9-12:30pm, no appointment necessary. If you are donating any furniture please call first to make sure we have the space or email donategoods@thewishproject.org. If you prefer to shop online we have an Amazon wish list where you can purchase our most needed items and ship direct to us https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/D0WB109LX427… . Thank you for helping us provide warm winter clothing to those in need in Merrimack Valley!

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Hats and Gloves needed

Carol and Nancy are two of today’s fantastic Friday volunteers. Today they worked on filling the hats and gloves bins now that the temperatures are dropping. More families are looking for warm hats and gloves to bundle up as they walk to the grocery store. If you have any hats and gloves to spare and can drop off Tuesday-Friday 9-2:30 and Saturday 9-12:30pm, we know our clients would be very grateful. Many of our clients walk to the warehouse, pushing their children in strollers, without adequate clothing for the weather. When Lori see’s them arrive without coats, hats or mittens she outfits them as best she can with what we have on hand. Thank you for helping us provide warm hats and gloves to our neighbors in Merrimack Valley.
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Terrific Tuesday volunteer

Steve is one of our terrific Tuesday volunteers. Typically he spends his time sorting and organizing household goods and making small home goods kits for our clients. While Charlie has been out he has been filling in at the donation dock for us. We are so lucky to have so many flexible and dedicated volunteers who can pitch in when needed. Since we are limited to the number of people who can be in the warehouse we are fortunate when they can do more than one job. Dianne better watch out or Steve will start training on her job!