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Christmas Party at Booth Evangeline
Adopting homeless children and their parents living in
shelters for one day is one of Time to Help’s most cherished activities. The
residents of the shelters are enormously touched by the generosity of volunteers
and sponsors. Help make the annual Adopt a Shelter as successful as last year’s.
Volunteers will help in decorating, setting up the gift shop, serving food,
crafts and games.
We are in need of donations of new, UNWRAPPED toys, clothes
and hygiene kit items. We are asking each volunteer to bring at least 1 gift to
include in our gift shop.
Having a special party in their honor – with tons of needed
gifts, foods that residents never usually are treated to and sharing a day of
crafts, dance, manicures, music and camaraderie is heart-warming for both
residents and volunteers.
Students, there is still time to organize a drive for gifts
in your class or school, or show your parents how to put one together at their
Vendors and volunteers, we need help in our efforts to find
donations of food including bagels, donuts, milk, orange juice and/or other
breakfast confections for the morning meal.
If you are able to provide any of the food donations listed
above, please e-mail Project Coordinator, Rachael Williams, at RWilliams@drmm.org
We hope you can join us to bring some holiday joy to these Detroitcitizens!
Volunteers should arrive at the Salvation Army at 8 am to
help setup. The party will begin at 10 am for the shelter's clients.
Event Start Date/Time:
Dec 8, 2012 8:00 AM -
Event Meeting Location:
20775 Pembroke Avenue
Detroit, MI 48219
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Rachael Williams firstname.lastname@example.org (p) 313-993-4700
A Time to Help was
established in 1997 as a means of galvanizing the people of
Detroit to volunteer on a regular basis. A Time to Help has
staged more than 100 monthly projects ranging from building
houses, delivering meals, beautifying city streets, running
adoption fairs, repairing homeless shelters, packing food, and
hosting an annual Christmas party to a shelter for battered
Mitch Albom, radio co-host Ken Brown, and Project Coordinator,
Marci Fitch, lead each project and try to use the group as a
catalyst to increase volunteerism.
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