The Baltimore IIA Chapter is collecting items for the Marian House and Helping Up Mission at the Mid-Atlantic District Conference and each of the training events this year. Please consider bringing an item to donate to these worthy causes.
Wish List Items: Toothpaste, Toothbrushes, Dental Floss, Denture Cream, Deodorant Sticks, Lotion, Antacids, Cough Drops, Vicks Vapor Rub, Band Aids, Lip Balm, Nail Clippers, Reading Glasses, Saline Solution, Shaving Cream (Men’s and Women’s), Razors, Bar Soap/Body Wash, Shampoo, Conditioner, Hair Gel, Combs, Brushes, Face Wash, Small/Travel/Hotel sized soaps, Men’s Gym Socks, Women’s Shower Shoes (all sizes), Shoe Laces, Shoe Polish, Men’s XL Flip Flops, Towels, Wash Cloths, Fitted Twin Sheets, Comforters, Pillows, and Laundry Baskets
*Only new items, please.*
Marian House provides high quality rehabilitative services and housing to women and their children. With support from the community, they are able to provide comprehensive services to many women who have suffered from trauma, physical and sexual abuse, addictions, and other challenges that left them homeless, unemployed and often separated from their families. Marian House offers a transitional housing and rehabilitation program that provides support services such as initial housing, meal provision, transportation, rehabilitation counseling, life skills training, job readiness and employment assistance, pre-GED education, financial guidance, and assistance in finding and access to affordable permanent housing.
For more information, please visit: http://www.marianhouse.org/
Helping Up Mission
Helping Up Mission provides hope to the poor and homeless through programs designed to meet their individual physical, psychological, social and spiritual needs. They are both an overnight shelter and a destination for long-term addiction recovery. Helping Up Mission believes every man is equally deserving of help. A few program and services aside from overnight guest services offered by Helping Up Mission include spiritual recovery, graduate transitional housing, and counseling services.
For more information, please visit: http://www.helpingupmission.org/