This post was written for University of Manitoba Students for a Culture of Life by UofM Students for Culture of Life. It does not necessarily represent the views of NCLN.
-THE KICK OFF-
The kick off for the donation drive will be on
Friday, November 22 from 12:00pm-1:00pm
This event will consist of live music, a short talk, and encouragment to donate money/items.
Featuring music by AML
All proceeds go to support women in crisis pregnancies
The Tree of Life Donation Drive runs until December 20, 2013 to which all proceeds will be made to support local pregnant women in form of kitchenware, household items, personal items and infant necessities.
*Diapers for 3-5 months
*”Good Start” baby formula
*warm clothes for babies.
* Cooking utensils
* Coffee maker
* Pots and pans
* Diapers and baby wipes
* Baby clothes
* Bibs, receiving blankets, quilts
* Personal items for moms such as body lotion, deodorant, shampoo, conditioner, makeup, body wash, soap
* Casual maternity clothes
* nursing bras
* nursing pads
* maxi pads
* Baby slings
* Strollers, Cribs (purchased after 1989)
* Household items such as utensils, glassware, cookware, baking supplies, casserole dishes etc.
* Laundry baskets, wastepaper baskets
* blank calendars for current or next year
* clock radios
* fans, heaters
DONATION DROP-OFF PLACES:
1. Christ the King Chapel in St. Paul’s College, UofM Fort Garry Campus, between 9am-4pm, Monday to Friday
2. Hull’s Family Bookstore located at 372 Graham Ave. @ Carlton Street
3. Stephanchew Church Goods located at 337 William Ave.
If these options are also not possible for you, please contact us at email@example.com to make other arrangements.
Cheques and monetary donations may be left at the UMSU office as well, to be placed in our mailbox, no. 52. They can also be mailed to us using the address:
University of Manitoba Students for a Culture of Life
Mailbox no. 52
101 University Centre
University of Manitoba
Winnipeg, MB R3T 2N2
Please help us support those who have chosen life! We greatly thank them for making a beautiful decision. Viva la vida!
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