Family Promise of Lubbock accepting donations for homeless - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

11/3/09

Family Promise of Lubbock accepting donations for homeless

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - With the cold weather finally here on the South Plains, Family Promise of Lubbock has started collecting coats, gloves, socks and hats for Lubbock's poor and homeless.

You are able to donate gently used coats, gloves, socks and hats from now until November 20th at the main location at 1319 15th Street. Other locations will be announced as they are set up.

On November 21st from 9:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m., all items collected will be given to any who come and need them. No qualification is required. All remaining items will be donated to clothes closets in at-risk neighborhoods throughout Lubbock.

November 15-21, 2009 is National Homelessness Awareness Week

Family Promise of Lubbock has many activities planned during that week culminating on Saturday, November 21st with a totally free event for Lubbock's growing poor, tired and homeless.

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