Community Action Council Seeking Donations For Homeless Veterans

Reported by: Tom Kenny
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Updated: 12/04/2013 7:44 pm
The Community Action Council is seeking donations of items for homeless Veterans in Bourbon, Fayette, Harrison, Jessamine and Nicholas Counties.

The following items are needed:
  • Backpacks (new or gently used)
  • Personal Hygiene Items (new) (trial size)
  • White Socks (new)
  • 12-ounce bottles of water
The deadline to donate is Friday, January 17, 2014.

You can drop off donations at the following locations:
  • 913 Georgetown Street, Lexington  859-244-2215
  • 1317 Centre Parkway, Lexington  859-273-6395
  • 1902 Cambridge Drive, Lexington  859-246-1192
  • 1169 Winburn Drive, Lexington  859-294-5249
  • 520 Toner Street, Lexington  859-554-4350
  • 1414 South Main Street, Millersburg  859-987-5277
  • 1113 Main Street, Paris  859-484-3860
  • 216 Old Lair Road, Cynthiana  859-234-2121
  • 149 Scrubgrass Road, Carlisle  859-289-7172

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