WISH LIST FOR FAMILY PROMISE
Currently we are hosting three families in our program. Two of the families are in need of clothing as a result of the change in season. If you are able to donate clothes please call us at the day center to arrange drop off. Gift cards are always welcome for Kohls, Target, Walmart, etc. To ensure that your donation is being spent according to what you intend it for, families are required to provide us with a receipt for purchases made with gift cards.
Mom- tops (size Large), bottoms/capri leggings (size XLarge, or 12), shoes (size 8).
Daughter- tops and bottoms/shorts, pajamas (size 8)
Son - tops, pjs (size 5/6 or 6/7), bottoms/shorts (size 5/6)
Son- shirts (2X mens), pants/basketball shorts (2X or 52 waist), shoes (size 11), pjs (2X mens)
Twin boys - shirts (mens small), pants/basketball shorts (small or medium), shoes (size 9 1/2), pjs (mens medium)
Thank you for your consideration of this request.
Everyone should have a home...a place to be secure, to raise children in dignity, to thrive in life. We're committed to making that a reality in Southern Ocean County. Join us in our mission! Every day, Family Promise connects people who want to help with opportunities to make a difference. You don't need to donate thousands of dollars or hundreds of hours of service to make a difference. In fact, you can make a meaningful change for your neighbors in need with one hour of volunteer work or a single donation of clothing, food, or furniture. Won't you join us? Contact Deacon Judy Krom (firstname.lastname@example.org) for further info.
FEED THE HUNGRY O LORD, AND MAY WE ALL HUNGER FOR YOU.
Our support for Family Promise is such important work in our community in Southern Ocean County. The two families we are currently serving are in much need of our help. Any help you can give whether in terms of meals, overnights, donations, or office volunteering is much appreciated. Please call me at 732-330-4949 if you are interested in helping out. Jesus said, “When you do it to any of these, you do it to me.” Deacon Judy
The Episcopal Church of the Holy Innocents