Published on May 13th, 2017 by Lisa | 0

Youth group mission projects !
The FCOR youth along with other local youth will continue giving to others through missions! We are in need of donations to help us help others. We will be filling 50+ bagged lunches , collecting waters, toiletries and under garments for the homeless. If you would like to support this project please see the lists below and bring your items to the church and place in the marked boxes or you may donate Market Basket, Walmart gift cards or mail a check to the fcor youth group (memo project joy).
.5ltr bottles water cases needed
Juice boxes/pouches
Brown lunch bags, napkins
Single bags chips/snacks
Fruit cups/spoons
Zip lock sandwich baggies
Xlarge zip lock bags
$ to purchase bread/coldcuts/condiments and fresh fruit for lunches
Mens/womens socks, sm , med ,large ,xlg underwear/t shirts
Mens/womens body wash
Wash clothes/towels Unscented baby wipes
Gum/mints/power bars
Nail clippers/emery boards
Cinch sacks
Toothbrush/tooth paste/floss
Shaving cream/razors
draw string bags/back packs
Notes of cheer/encouragement to add to bags!
Please bring donations to the church during office hours or place in the box before worship on Sundays.
We will meet Thursday Oct 19th 6-7 at the church to make sandwiches and care packages.
**We will continue to collect through the winter and will post more sandwich making dates throughout the coming year, right now we are slated for Oct 19th and Dec 22nd.
We support;
Merrimack Valley Dream Center, Common Ground Café, Emmaus House/Mitches Place, YWCA, Ruth’s house, Lazarus House, Day Break Shelter, Pegaus, Safe haven, Psychogical Center, Granite United Church-Bridge Ministry.
Questions please visit our homepage on the church website.
Much love
Lisa and the Youth !!

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