SAINT LUKE’S and PARK CITY INITIATIVE
This month, SLOBs are donating to the annual Saint Luke’s Easter Basket Project as well as the food pantry at Park City Initiative in Bridgeport. For Saint Luke’s, SLOBs will provide non-perishable food items for 15 baskets for local families in need. Park City Initiative, a nonprofit organization that provides food to over 600 families, is also in need of non-perishable food items.
The specific items needed include: cans of tuna fish, peanut butter, jelly, pasta, red sauce, cans of vegetables and soup.
Please drop off your food donation anytime between now and Friday, April 2 to 6 Peach Lot Place. Don’t forget to write your SLOBs name on the sign-up sheet next to the donation bins. Any questions, please contact Penny, Nicholas or Alex Miller at firstname.lastname@example.org.
One hour of credit will go to the SLOBs member. Thanks for your support!
GILLESPIE CENTER MEAL PREPARATION
The Gillespie Center is looking for our help by contributing brown bag lunches on selected Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays. Current dates available for April are: April 4, April 11, April 13, April 15, April 18, April 20, and April 22. Email email@example.com to choose a date. Prepare at home or with the help of local delis to put together these lunches.
Please provide 20 individual bag lunches to include a sandwich, chips or snack, fruit or cookie. No nuts or shellfish, please. Feel free to split the lunches with another SLOBs family. Drop-off window is 10:30am – 11:00am.
Drop-off is contactless as the Gillespie Center remains closed to the public.
Please wear a mask when entering the Gillespie Center courtyard and leave your prepared meal on the designated table or call the office (203-226-1661) when you arrive and a staff member will come out to your car.
3 hours of credit will go to each SLOBs member.
DONATION DRIVE THANK YOU
A HUGE thank you to all the families that donated books for the Curiale School. We delivered over 1,000 books that will be distributed to the students. Because of your donations, students at the Curiale School can bring the books home to start their own home libraries.
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