How you live your love loud...
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Help the homeless in the Joint Base Lewis-McChord/Tacoma area! This winter, we are narrowing our focus on area homeless, particularly homeless veterans. This "Kindness Counts" campaign is three-fold.
1) Feeding the hungry through the Rescue Mission in Tacoma by donating the funds for the meals, preparing and serving them.
2)Collecting warm clothing and toiletries for distribution to the needy & homeless at the Rescue Mission & local Vet Centers
3)Collecting toiletries,snacks & other items for Kindness Kits for people to give to folks they see who need them. Kits will also be given to area Vet Centers for distribution.
Please consider giving your monetary donations, goods or gently used warm clothing. You can check our Facebook page for drop off locations in the JBLM/Tacoma/DuPont/Lacey areas. You can contact Kryste at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or with your questions.
Thank you for partnering with us, showing KINDNESS and helping us honor Frank this way during this season.
*$1,500 to provide a warm meal for 500 people for 3 nights.
* Enough donated items to make at least 300 Kindness Kits, which will be assembled my a group of volunteer children on December 10.
* Enough donated coats,hats,gloves,blankets,shoes,etc to keep 100 local homeless/needy warmer during this winter.
*Don't live in our area? Want to help? Host your own donation drive in your area! Get your children involved in preparing Kindness Kits to give to homeless you see when you are out and about!Need ideas? Email us!
Kindness Counts, Kindness is remembered....December 12th.
Live Your Love Loud's long term vision is to provide grants to adopting military families and to help provide funds for humanitarian projects globally. This includes orphan care and prevention, clean water, nutrition, medical care and education to help serve and empower people so they can have a chance to grow up and be world changers in their own communities.
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