July: School Backpack Drive

During the month of July we are gathering donations to help families in our community prepare for Back to School. Please consider donating backpacks, pencils, notebooks, folders, etc. While we’re enjoying summer, let’s set up our neighbors for success in the fall!

Please drop off donations to either Valley Church or Valley Community Center to the Project Impact displays.

Please email Brandi Mann for more information on donating or volunteering for Project: Impact during 2019!

DROP OFF YOUR DONATIONS AT THE FOLLOWING TIMES AND LOCATIONS:
MONDAY - FRIDAY AT THE VALLEY COMMUNITY CENTER
SATURDAY FROM 5:30-7 PM AT VALLEY CHURCH (4343 FULLER RD.)
SUNDAY FROM 8 AM - 12:30 PM AT VALLEY CHURCH (4343 FULLER RD.)


LOOKING AHEAD AT PROJECT: IMPACT

January: Underwear Drive - Collecting new undergarments for children and adults
February: Canned Food Drive - Collecting canned goods, specifically vegetable soup, green beans, peaches, and coffee
March: Share-a-Pair Shoe Drive - Collecting gently used shoes, boots, sneakers, sandals, and new socks
April: Paper Products Drive - Collecting paper towels, toilet paper, paper cups, Kleenex, and copier papers for agencies
May: Welcome Home Baskets - Collecting household items and hygiene items to ease transitions
June: Garage NO Sale - Collecting couches, tables, chairs, vacuums, lamps, pots, pans, utensils, etc.
July: School Backpack Drive - Collecting backpacks and school supplies
August: Boxed Food Drive - Collecting boxed meal items such as macaroni & cheese, pancake mix, and Hamburger Helper
September: Blankets and Bedding Drive - Collecting blankets, sheets, bedding, pillows, and sleeping bags
October: Winter Warmth Drive - Collecting coats, hats, gloves, snow boots, and pants
November: Operation Christmas Child - Collecting shoe boxes filled with Christmas gifts for kids around the world
December: Diapers and Formula Drive - Collecting diapers, pull-ups, wipes, and Similac Advanced Formula

 
What is Project: Impact? Each month, you have an opportunity to donate items that are then combined and distributed to local agencies.
— Brandi Mann