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Are You Interested In Doing a Wellspring Holiday Donation Drive?

The holidays are a great time to get our community involved in giving back. Wellspring is able to function on a frugal budget and still provide many wonderful programs because supporters help us bring in $250,000 a year in in-kind donations. We need your help to make this year a success and fill up those shelves with diapers, baby wipes, feminine hygiene products, peanut butter, coffee, travel size toiletries, craft supplies, yarn, and so much more. Did you know that Wellspring provided Christmas gifts, decorations, and wrapping paper/gift bags for 75 families last year? We were able to do that because of donations from you!

Do you belong to a church group, service organization, school club or alumni group, do you have children in school, work for a state agency, police or fire department, belong to a neighborhood association or group, etc.? Consider designating Wellspring as one of your grateful recipients for this year’s holiday donation drive.

Need help with fun ways to collect? Can we provide a bin or cut out some wish list doves for your tree? Let us know!

Some agencies, businesses, and neighbors have done really fun and creative competitions in the past to get their participants pumped about giving back. Others have had multiple drop-off locations at local businesses. Who wants to be the Prince or Princess of Peanut Butter, the King and Queen of Feminine Hygiene, or the Diaper Divas vs. the Big Bad Baby Wipers? Sign up today and we will get in touch with you next month! You can also contact Jodi at jodi@wellspringwomen.org or 916.454.9688 x205 with any questions or to get signed up.

Please check out our Amazon Wish List, our Art of Being Program Amazon Wish List, or our Art of Being Supplies Blick List if you would like some ideas for in-kind donations this holiday season.

Also, take a look at and print out a copy of our 2017 Holiday Wish List below:

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