TWU's Students Holding a "Let's Give to Make a Difference" Drive

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Texas Woman’s University, in Denton, Texas, students are working with the Denton County Friends of the Family Thrift Store to host “Let’s Give to Make a Difference,” a donation drive and community event from noon to 4 p.m. Saturday. (July 23rd).

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Ashfanelia Pope, a senior social work major, said the event will be at the store, 1614 W. University Drive in Denton. The community project will include food, raffle prizes and other activities, she added.

Pope said she and five other TWU students have been working on the event as a class project.

“We’re all really excited about the event,” she said.

Denton County Friends of the Family serves victims of sexual assault and domestic violence, and profits from the thrift store benefit the program’s shelter for battered women and children. Area residents can help by donating furniture, clothing and other items for the thrift store, which recently moved to a new location, Pope said.

“We want to advertise the new location and get people into the store,” she said of Saturday’s event.

 

Below is a list of needed items:Non-foods:

Full-size toiletries (hair care, dental care, skin care)
Hair brushes, combs, ponytail holders, styling aids (dryers, straighteners, etc.)
Feminine hygiene products (esp. maxi pads and tampons in regular and super)
Cleaning supplies
Laundry supplies
New socks, underwear, and pajamas for women and children, all sizes
Diapers, esp. sizes 4 , 5, 6
Baby wipes
Pillows
Twin size sheets, blankets
Bath towels, washcloths
Gift cards for RaceTrac (gas), Kroger, or Wal-mart
Paper products such as paper towels, napkins, toilet paper, paper plates
 
Foods:
Canned meats such as tuna, chunk chicken and ham
Canned soups, chili, ravioli
Crackers
Boxed meal kits such as Hamburger Helper
Canned fruit and vegetables
Staples such as sugar, flour
Coffee, tea
Drink mixes such as Kool-Aid, Crystal Light

 

source: Denton Record Chronicale

 

 

 


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