Latest update on centralized donation drop-off locations!
posted almost 3 years ago by BeckyG from The Schoolbox Project
DONATION UPDATES (as of 3:30pm 10/14): (Updates taken from organizational Facebook pages)
Sonoma Marin Fairgrounds: Donations: We are continuing to take donations at the Fairgrounds. If you're planning to donate, please enter through the main gate and volunteers will direct you where to go. Specifically needed donations: None at this time. Donation Hours: 10 - 4 Saturday, Sunday 10-7 Monday-Friday We ask that you do not donate the following items: - Perishable foods - Beds - Mattresses(Gently used or new Air Mattresses are okay) - Couches - Furniture - Broken Items We ask that you do donate items such as: - New Undergarments for Men and Women of all ages - Gently used or new clothing and shoes - Baby Care Items - Personal Care/Poultry Items - New Cosmetics - Feminine Care Products We can no longer accept large donations (unless prior arrangement has been made). We kindly ask that large donations be taken to the 5400 Old Redwood Highway donation center. Donation hours 10 - 4 this weekend Cash Donations: We cannot accept cash or Gift Card donations at this time. Cash donations can be made to the Redwood Credit Union North Bay Fire Relief Fund at https://www.redwoodcu.org/northbayfirerelief
Sonoma County Fairgrounds LATEST UPDATE 10/13: DONATIONS: Another big thank you for donation offers. The love pouring in from our community has us all well stocked. In order to be sure supplies are getting to where they need to be DO NOT bring donations to the Fairgrounds. Please consider donating directly to the following: - Redwood Empire Food Bank - 3990 Brickway Blvd., Santa Rosa - Salvation Army - 93 Stony Circle, Santa Rosa Monetary donations for livestock supplies are encouraged and will be accepted at the following businesses: - Western Farm Center in Santa Rosa - Rivertown Feed & Pet Country Store in Petaluma - Frizelle Enos in Penngrove - Cotati Large Animal Hospital
Elsie Allen High School What they need the most: - Toiletries - Diapers sizes 5 & 6 - Mouthwash - Pads and tampons - (New) bras - Toilet paper - (New) men's and women's underwear - Body soap - Razors and shaving cream - Hair accessories - Laundry detergent - Paper towels - Batteries They are also always in need of: -Duct tape -Flashlights -Batteries -Heavy duty large trash bags -Sharpies/pens
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