Browsing Tag: Mid-Atlantic

Aid is Distributed in Malawi

The Malawi Project, a new recipient, received their first shipment from Mid-Atlantic Branch in West Grove, PA. They received 120,744 Kids Against Hunger meals, blankets, Bibles, choir robes, clothing, flip-flops, hygiene kits, and bicycles to share with many widows, the elderly and families living in poverty. Thank you, MAB volunteers and donors, for showing the…

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Annual Fundraiser Helps Give Back

Every October, northeast Department store chain, Boscov’s, provides local charities a fundraising opportunity by encouraging the sale of $5 discount passes to their annual one-day fall sale. In our 7th year of offering these passes, we were thrilled to learn volunteers raised over $2,300.  Combined with a $2,000 matching offer, our total just topped $4,300. To…

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Team Work Gets it Done

November 9th, Mid-Atlantic Branch welcomed back middle and high school students from the Leo Club of Avon Grove Charter School. In a fun morning at the warehouse, 48 teenagers worked with our volunteers to fold and box a huge donation of women’s summer and winter clothing. 200 apple boxes were filled in less than three…

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Small But Mighty Team Helps Load For Latvia

Mid-Atlantic Branch volunteers loaded medical equipment, blankets, hygiene kits, bikes, school kits, sports equipment and clothing for Evangelical Lutheran Church in Latvia. A small but mighty team of 5 accomplished the job in just under four hours, all due to some serious ‘Girl Power.’ Several of our regular male loaders were unavailable, so two young…

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Gifts Delivered to Those in Need in Kyrgyzstan

Social Charity Fund “Compassion” in Kyrgyzstan was able to share quilts, coats, winter accessories, clothing, shoes, medical equipment and bicycles with many families living in poverty, the homeless and with widows from war. Kyrgyzstan has been through three revolutions since 1991 and conditions have not improved. Thank you, Mid-Atlantic Branch donors and volunteers for helping…

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