Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Friday Is Deadline To Donate To Annual Shop For Others
Coalition for Kids is another nonprofit faith based organization that needs your help. They provide free after school, evening and summer activities for Johnson City children in need. Your donations now will help prepare for their annual shopping for others event planned for Friday night, December 14th. The Coalition for Kids program focuses on kids from lower income families who are not already involved in the Salvation Army Angel Tree Projects. This year’s event will conclude with the December 14th shopping spree at the Browns Mill Road WALMART. Each 100-hundred dollar gift will include an adult shopping assistant to help select a new outfit, shoes, a coat if they need one, a toy or two, and a gift for someone else in their family. 87 children went shopping for others last year and the coalition has 115 hoping to shop this year. The project also gives children a chance to shop for someone they love while getting the things they need. The goal is to provide each child with 100-dollars to shop with and donations are welcome. Instructions for supporting the project are online at See the shopping for others photo album on the Coalition for Kids FACEBOOK page. (bg)

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