Donations needed for Thanksgiving drive at Rochester Campus
November 12, 2014
The Medaille College Rochester Campus community is partnering with the Small Business Council (SBC Cares) to provide Thanksgiving baskets to families in need. Faculty, staff, students and alumni are teaming up to provide five baskets for the annual drive.
The Alumni Association and Ann Horn-Jeddy have provided five $25 Wegmans gift cards to be included in the baskets, but we are looking for donations of non-perishable food items. The baskets are intended to accommodate two adults and four children each. The following food items are needed:
|Items per basket||Quantity|
|Boxed Potato Mix||2|
|Gravy - Canned or Pouch (powdered form)||2|
|Applesauce - in plastic jar or a can||2|
|Juice Boxes||Pkg. of 12 per basket|
|$25 Gift Card to Wegmans, Tops or Walmart||1 - $25 Gift Card per basket|
Donations will be gratefully received at the reception desk at the Rochester Campus (1880 S Winton Rd, Rochester NY 14618). All donations must be contributed by 6pm on Wednesday, November 19 for us to deliver on time. No perishable items or glass containers, please. Books and toys are also welcome, for the children.
Thank you in advance for your kindness and generosity!
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