The Salvation Army will be distributing free cold weather gear for Lebanon County children from 10am until 2pm on Friday, February 9 at the Lebanon PA Salvation Army: 1031 Guilford Street in Lebanon PA.
THE EVENT WAS SCHEDULED FOR WEDNESDAY, BUT WAS POSTPONED DUE TO POOR WEATHER.
The event is sponsored by RSVP of the Capital Region and The Salvation Army. Children’s gloves, hats, scarves and coats will be available.
For further information please contact: Evita Leach-Colon 717-273-2655 or Margie Groy 717-454-8647.
RSVP volunteers make lap robes and afghans for veterans at VA Centers, shelters and senior residences. Yarn may be dropped off at our RSVP office in Camp Hill, between 9am and 4pm weekdays. Please call before delivering. A cart is available for transfer from your vehicle. We can arrange to pick up large quantities. In addition to yarn (no rug yarn please), we also need other knitting supplies.
RSVP partners with schools, food banks and shelters by collecting and distributing hats, mittens, gloves, socks, scarves and personal care items. If you have other handmade needle-arts items that you would like to donate, we would appreciate your collaboration. Cash donations are also welcomed.
If you know of veterans in residence that are in need of any of the items mentioned above, please contact us. RSVP of the Capital Region is a 501[c]3 non-profit community benefit organization that has been assisting volunteers throughout the Susquehanna Valley for more than forty years.
To donate or inquire, please contact Carol Oman at 800-870-2616 or email Office@rsvpCapReg.org
RSVP of the Capital Region-York County in association with six donation sites located around York County collected warm clothing for adults and children items for the winter months. The donated clothing included; socks, hats, scarves, and gloves. The donations sites were located at Stewartstown Elementary, Hanover Council of Churches, Hanover Street Elementary School, Red Lion Senior Center, and Issac’s Deli in York.
We collected four hundred fifty items that were donated to Hanover Council of Churches, Mason-Dixon Community Services, Hanover Street Elementary, and Stewartstown Elementary School.
Colonial Manor Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in York and Windy Hill Senior Center donated most of the clothing for the residents in York County.
Some individuals at Colonial Manor knitted some of the donated clothing.
RSVP of the Capital Region provides volunteers 55 and over for various organizations in York County. If you would like to become a volunteer please contact Scott Hunsinger at 443 619-3842 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org