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Holiday Toiletry Drive for North Coast Health Ministry

Holiday Toiletry Drive to benefit NCHM patients - No contribution is too small and every little bit helps!

Here come the lights and decoration, holiday songs and social engagements.  Welcome to the busiest time of the year.  Between the parties and gift wrapping that come this month, consider the small things you might do that would make a meaningful difference in your community.  At North Coast Health Ministry, our patients appreciate not only the excellent care they receive from our dedicated staff and volunteers, but also the little things like toiletries and personal care items that we are able to distribute to them.  Please consider contributing to our Holiday Toiletry Drive as your contribution will make a difference.   Needed items include new toothbrushes, toothpaste, soap, deodorant, feminine hygiene products, shampoo, lotion, pocket size facial tissues, etc.  Trial- and travel-size products as well as full-size items are both welcome.

 

Donations may be dropped off throughout the month of December at First Federal Lakewood, 14806 Detroit Avenue during regular banking hours or at NCHM, 16110 Detroit Avenue weekdays between 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.  No contribution is too small and every little bit helps!

 

About North Coast Health Ministry

North Coast Health Ministry is the West Side’s free clinic for the low-income uninsured, serving more than 2,700 patients who have no other route to health care.  With the support of approximately 140 volunteer physicians, nurses and other caregivers, NCHM is able to provide primary health care, specialty referrals, prescription assistance, and health education to the medically underserved.  Founded in 1986, North Coast Health Ministry is a bridge to better health for our medically underserved neighbors in need.

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