School or Organization Food Collection

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Have a dental health day and invite participants to bring a toothbrush & tooth pasts for the needy.

Have a health day & beauty party and ask participants to bring shampoo, soap, make-up, creams, deodorant, and other supplies for the needy.

Have a sock hop and ask participants for bring pairs new sox for the needy.

Build a Bear for a homeless child.

Make homemade cookies and individually of group wrap for the needy.

Bake “Ziti for the needy”

Have a baby shower and ask participants to bring diapers, wipes and other baby supplies for the needy.

Have a designated Holiday Party and bring a gift for the needy.

Collect can openers (hand used type) for the homeless.  They can often get food but have no way to get at it.

Below are some suggestions for how your School or Organization can help SHIP.  To donate food and/or supplies, contact Tom O’Leary at SHIP 908-725-3260


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