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1. Emily H. said... on Feb 24, 2011 at 10:13AM
“are there any specifications or requirements for non-monetary donations to the center?”
2. Caitlin Callahan said... on Feb 24, 2011 at 10:22AM
“Cora Center Needs:In-Kind Donations: toiletries, vitamins, feminine products, coffee/tea, zip-lock bags, blankets, etc. Women’s VitaminsToothpasteToothbrushesBand-aidsDeodorant TissuesCombsHairbrushesShampooConditioner RazorsHand Sanitizer Pads/TamponsPregnancy TestsWomen’s underwear It is best to have small, individual packaged items...for example travel size items are better than family sized items because we work with women one-on-one and hand out toiletries to individuals.Please no clothing at this time.”
3. Anonymous said... on Feb 24, 2011 at 08:11PM
“what times/days are best for drop offs?”
4. Anonymous said... on Feb 25, 2011 at 11:21AM
“must products be in their manufacturer packaging? since you prefer smaller quantities can they just be loose band-aids, for example.”
5. Caitlin Callahan said... on Feb 25, 2011 at 12:12PM
“Please call our office to set up a time to make donations. 215-634-6635And we prefer items to be in their original packaging but we will accept items like the band-aids if they are not.Thanks so much! We are getting low on donations and we truly appreciate all help!”
6. Chris T said... on Mar 13, 2011 at 04:32PM
“Do you need assistance on the weekends. I'm a social worker wanting to assist the Kennsington area. I am from Jersey; but know the area fairly well.”
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