Board member Sue Smith picked up hats for House of Hope Inc. today. We are grateful to all our generous donors who donate warm winter items for our clients during the cold winter months. There are few things more basic than needing warm clothing. We know the clients that receive them will be very grateful for the extra layer of warmth.
Thank you to students Rachel Nally and Jess Hayduk from Wilmington High School for their community service project of collecting winter clothing and blankets for our clients. The support of students in our community to help their neighbors in need is a wonderful example of kids helping kids. Great job Rachel and Jess!
Sheri is one of our super Saturday volunteers. This day she spent her time sorting and organizing incoming donations and looking for winter coats to fill the coat racks. We are extremely grateful for the coats we have received so far. As soon the coats come in they go out with the next client. As every day gets cooler the demand for winter coats, adult hats and gloves gets greater. Most of our clients walk so they are looking for puffer style water resistant coats that they can wear in all weather. We need coats Sizes Small, Medium and Large for both men, women and teens as well as men’s and women’s hats and gloves. If you have any of these items to donate you can drop off Tuesday-Saturday 9-2:45pm. If you are donating furniture please call first to make sure we have the space or email email@example.com. 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 coats, hats and gloves to our neighbors in Greater Lowell!