Friday, December 2, 2011

It’s Beginning to Feel A Lot Like Hat Weather

The grass may be holding onto its green hue now, but, with winter weather already here, soon enough it will turn a wheat-like brown. When that happens, we at Humanitarian Service Project will surely be breaking out our winter hats and gloves to combat the cold. However, for many of the needy children and senior citizens we serve, good winter clothes are hard to come by. If you would like to help keep a needy individual warm this winter, we would be thrilled to accept donations of new winter coats, hats, gloves, or scarves.

At Christmas time we at Humanitarian Service Project get into the spirit in order to make Christmas special for all of the needy individuals and families we serve. We will be serving an estimated 1200 children with Christmas gifts, as well as the 120 needy seniors in our Senior Citizen Project. We will also be providing food assistance for 250 of the needy families in our Children’s Birthday Project. If you would like to help us reach out to these people in desperate need, by donating new winter clothes (gloves, hats, coats), toys, or food please call us at 630-221-8340 for more information or swing by our center at 465 Randy Road in Carol Stream.

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