December Service Opportunity - NOW HAPPENING! Please consider signing up to donate new coats and warm cozy PJs for the 15 babies of the YoungLives teen moms. All donations are due December 11th.
If you prefer to have someone else do the shopping you can donate via Venmo and I will provide proof of purchase (@ann-ryan18)
We need to provide specific sizes and genders, so please sign up for a specific item so we know everyone will be covered: Sign Up Genius
Donations can be dropped off at Ann Ryan's house (8405 Stable Glen Drive) or brought to the Holiday Party of December 4th.
All Donations need to be received by Saturday December 11th.
It's the best time of the year to be Thankful and give back to our community. November brings Thanksgiving and also higher demands for our food banks. The LHAECPTA collected items to be donated to Feed Lake Highlands. Donations are welcomed year round. Feed Lake Highlands collects food, toiletries, and handles paper bags every Tuesday morning from 10am-2pm at The New Room on Whitehurst. You can pull right up and the fabulous volunteers will help you unload your car. Super easy to do with kids in tow.
This month we are preparing for colder weather and collecting NEW coats and hat/mitten sets for 22 Pre-K students at Thurgood Marshall Elementary. We were able to donate 35 Coats and 33 sets of mittens. There were some extra so if anyone loses their or if new kids join the school they will have a coat ready. We had so much participation with this donation thanks to others from the LH Moms page that we were also able to fulfill a wish list - BOOKS! 76 books were purchased for the children to encourage reading with parents. Each student was able to take home 3-4 books each.
We put together 45 baby bags for Refugee Services of Texas, Inc. It was so much fun getting together to make an impact in our community. I know it's often hard as moms with littles to find the time to do service work. Thank you to everyone who came out to help and/or lent an extra pair of eyes to watch the children run and play while we prepared the bags.
Wow! I just love the generosity of this group!!!! School Supply donations were dropped off to Aiken Elementary this morning (8/26/21) and they were so very thankful! Thank you to all those who participated to help our community members in need.
Donated items included:
7,500 Sheets of printer paper
5,625 Sheets of notebook paper
79 Boxes of Crayons
50 Expo markers
44 Composition books
44 Boxes of tissues
30 Boxes of Markers
27 Pairs of scissors
5 Boxes of Skin tone crayolas