We invite the community to join us for our annual drive-through holiday charity “Pack the Trailer”.
Habitat for Humanity has partnered with a local medical facility and advanced care specialists to help organize the second annual ‘Pack the Trailer’ event.
The holidays are fast approaching, so please mark your calendars so you don’t miss this year’s one-day event. It’s the season to help your local communities with Advanced Care Specialists and Habitat for Humanity Kenosha on Saturday, December 4, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Advanced Care Specialists parking lot in Mount Pleasant, 6211 avenue Durand
Advanced Care Specialists chose to team up with our local Habitat for Humanity because their message “Together we build lives” is the same philosophy as us. We are passionate about building your best life with the multidisciplinary health, wellness and lifestyle care approach. Helping others is a passion for both organizations and our collaboration is ideal for helping to make a difference in the surrounding community.
Donations accepted for Habitat owners are new household items, such as: framed artwork, candles, cookbooks, glassware, decorative pottery, vases, crockery, teapots, pots and pans, decorative serving platters, small appliances (toaster, hand mixer, can opener), hand and power tools, books, toys and winter clothes. (No food at the moment)
Donations also accepted for house building are new household items, such as: nails, screws and other small common building materials, hammers, tape measures, drill bits and other common tools, safety glasses, gloves, helmets and more. security equipment. , paint rollers, brushes, drop cloths and other common painting supplies, caulking, caulking guns, staplers and staples, extension cords, shop vacuums, step ladders, extension ladders and organizer bins / bins.
As a thank you, each donor will receive a gift bag (one per car) with items donated by other local businesses. In addition to your goodie bag, local businesses will have booths set up for greater community awareness.
We can’t wait to see old and new faces, so don’t hesitate to come and donate and be sure to say “Hi! “. Help us give back to our community by donating new household items or building materials listed above. Last year was a great success and we can’t wait to exceed our target this year!
Chantel Young is ACS Marketing Director and Habitat Supporter for Habitat for Humanity in Kenosha.
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