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Cynthia Froid Group Office is a Convenient Donation Drop Off Point in the Mill District

As many of you know, Cindy Froid offers her Cynthia Froid Group office at 709 2nd Street S as a drop location for donations to People Serving People and YouthLink. Collection boxes are located inside, the office is open during business hours, Monday through Friday.

If you'd like to contribute, below are some helpful ideas for items that will truly make a difference to those who are currently stuggling:

YouthLink wish list includes:

• Feminine professional attire and masculine button-up shirts 
  o At this time they are currently at capacity with masculine professional attire and are not able to take masculine dress pants and suits.
• Winter clothing, age appropriate 
  o Urgent need: coats and winter jackets, masculine jeans, long-sleeve and T-shirts, fashionable young feminine clothing 
• New bras and underwear (all sizes, men's only boxer briefs, women's any style) 
  o Please note - used underwear and socks are not accepted. 
• New backpacks 
• Gift cards, $10.00 value (Aldi gift cards for groceries would be especially helpful) 
• Baby wipes


People Serving People’s top 10 needs include:

  • Air mattresses 
  • Baby carrier (front pack) 
  • Baggies: snack size 
  • CaCoats: boys size 5-12; girls 2T-5T; and adult XL-5XL 
  • Diapers: sizes 5 & 6; pullups 3T,4T,5T (Huggies is preferred brand) 
  • Gloves and mittens (any size, child and adult) 
  • Sanitary napkins (with wings) and tampons (super size) 
  • Sheets & blankets: sizes T/F/Q 
  • Similac: Advance/Iron/Fortified/Sensitive  
  • Baby powder 
  • Towels: wash cloths, hand and bath sizes 

Please consider helping a neighbor in need of a hand, support and understanding.

Thank you!

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