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Submitted by the Rotary Club of Grand Island
With the cold of winter upon us, the Rotary Club of Grand Island will host its annual Undie Sunday 2023 collection between Jan 22-29.
For 23 years, the Rotary Club has sponsored the collection of new and unused underclothing and socks, which provide personal dignity, comfort and warmth – and are so much appreciated by those who receive them each year.
There is a particular need of warm socks, T-shirts, men’s underwear (sizes large, extra-large and XX-large) and all women’s undergarments.
The donated items will be distributed to Community Missions and Journey’s End Refugee Services.
Look for the distinctive red hampers in locations around Grand Island to deposit your gift of undergarments and warm socks.
These will be at locations around the Island, including but not limited to the following churches:
√ Bible Fellowship, 1136 Baseline Road
√ Bible Presbyterian Church, 1650 Love Road
√ Island United Presbyterian, 1822 Huth Road
√ New Life in Christ Ministries, 2060 Grand Island Blvd.
√ St. Martin-in-the-Fields Episcopal Church, 2587 Baseline Road
√ St. Stephen Roman Catholic Church, 2100 Baseline Road
√ St. Timothy Evangelical, 1453 Staley Road
√ Trinity Methodist Church, 2100 Whitehaven Road
In addition, donations may also be placed in the hampers at Eggsquisite Eats, 1752 Grand Island Blvd.; Grand Island Library, 1715 Bedell Road; Heron Pointe, 1993 Grand Island Blvd.; Niagara Frontier Publications, 1859 Whitehaven Road; lobby of Town Hall, 2255 Baseline Road; KeyBank, 2189 Grand Island Blvd.; M&T Bank, 2381 Grand Island Blvd; Northwest Bank, 2300 Grand Island Blvd.; and Grand Island Central School District campuses.
See our website www.rotaryclubgi.org; or our Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/rotaryclubgi) for a list of locations.
Rotary’s mission is to provide service to others, promote integrity, and advance world understanding, good will and peace through our fellowship of business, professional and community leaders.
For more information, contact Sherry Miller at [email protected].