Make "Hospitality Packs" individual small hygiene bags (3-day supply) with a Toothbrush, toothpaste, shampoo, bar soap, deodorant, etc.
Make placemats, table decorations, and seasonal decorations: SHIP’s Holiday Meals – Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day and Easter Sunday.
Collect winter gloves, new socks & underwear (adult men's & women's sizes) OR run adult coat drive to collect 50 to 100 coats. (used winter coats are much needed during the fall & winter months, especially adult men's sizes.)
Participate in SHIP’s Holiday Meals Program:
Help serve meals & other dining room duties (held on Easter Sunday, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day)
SHIP’s Client Gift Distribution:
Run a Holiday Toy Drive (deadline around December 15th)
Help with Client’s Christmas Gift Distribution:
event in December – will be adult with children only distribution event, with face painting, games, toys, treats (make cookies, cupcakes, other Christmas treats), etc. for approx. 200 people.
SHIP’s Mobile Soup Kitchen Disaster Unit:
Help with mobile soup kitchen (must be 16 ½ years old.) (see web site for more information)
Tick Toc’s Grove:
Help with summer picnics on every Tuesday and Thursday during June, July and August. (see web site for more in formation)
SHIP’s Brown Bag Lunches:
Make sandwiches (60) in brown bags, labeled appropriately: Ham & Cheese (HC), Bologna (B) Tuna (TF) Turkey (TF) American Cheese (C) Peanut Butter & Jelly (PJ). Also include: one piece of fruit, juice box, snack (chips, cookies etc.) and napkin per bag. Plain, NO MUSTARD or DRESSING.
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At SHIP we create programs and services that increase the Somerset County and surrounding regions capacity to respond to the needs of the poor and working poor.
Since March 5, 1984 We have served over 100,000 people.
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