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The holidays are quickly approaching and we would love to make families in our community feel a little extra special. Please consider donating any of the following items. We appreciate all the donations that I have helped families in the past. We would like to also thank our community for the continuous donations that come through our door on a daily basis.
Suggested gift items to donate:
Winter gloves – men’s, women’s and children’s
Scarves - men’s, women’s and children’s
Candy – small packages or gift boxes – Pez, Lifesavers, M&M candy canes, etc.
Ice Scrapers and brushes
Lap blankets or throws
Slippers - men’s and women’s, children’s
Socks - men’s and women’s, children’s
Assorted color marker/crayon sets
Chapstick / lip balms
Small picture frames
Kitchen towels, dishcloths, oven mitts
Mugs / water bottles / cups
Body wash / perfume sets
Wrapping paper, Large and Small gift bag, tissue paper. etc
Click on the LOCAL RESOURCES tab at the top of the page to see where there is help available for those in need in Potter County.
Thank you, Coudersport Ministerium for your generous donation of $1,000.00!
Pictured L to R: REV. JOHN KALLERSON, St. Paul Lutheran Church, JUDY BROWN, Legal Advocate, A Way Out,
DAVID HYDE, Executive Director, A Way Out, REV. SCOTT OGDEN, Park Methodist Church,
JENNIFER CABER, Sexual Assault Counselor, A Way Out, FR. JAMES CAMPBELL, St. Eulalia Catholic Church.