Comm. Serv. calls for volunteers, donations

This year has been hard for all of us in some way or another. But for families already facing difficulties, the challenges of the pandemic, high unemployment rates and uncertainty around education are hitting especially hard. Renee Van Nett, Community Services Liaison, is on the case, preparing now to help make the holidays a little brighter for local families.
At this point, Community Services is planning on doing food baskets for Thanksgiving and Christmas, and there will be a Kids Party behind the Labor Temple (with heat lamps!).
Local unions can get names and contact information of families who need support over the holidays to Renee by Nov. 2. The Thanksgiving pick-up date will be Nov. 19 at the Labor Temple, and the Kids Party will be Dec. 20 behind the Labor Temple.
Renee says she’s looking for new toys, gift cards and financial support for the events. Contact her for information on when and where to drop off donations. Help build good holiday memories for local families, and thanks for your support!

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