UNION — The Medi-Home Hospice volunteer department is seeking help with a project to benefit residents of local nursing facilities during the Christmas season.
The volunteer department at Medi-Home Hospice is collecting gifts for its annual Santa Shoppe project. Those who would like to help create special holiday joy for local seniors are asked to do so by donating gifts, volunteering to be a “Santa’s helper,” or joining the group for Christmas caroling.
Anyone who would like to make a gift donation is encouraged to consult the following wish list:
- bath items
- lipstick/lip gloss
- Bible on tape
- board games
- coloring books
- word search
- denture tablets
- hair clips/headbands
- large print activity books
- baby dolls (soft)
- stuffed animals
- sugar-free candy
- note cards
- twin bed sheets
Gift donations may be dropped off Monday-Friday at Union Medi-Home Hospice, 101 S. Boyce St., Union. Any assistance will be greatly appreciated.
Boxes for the donations have also been placed at Wallace Thomson Hospital, WBCU, Union County Courthouse, area churches, and at locations in Lockhart and Jonesville.
For further information or to have donations picked up contact Jenny B. Crocker at (864) 427-8322.
Crocker said the Medi-Home Hospice staff “is most appreciative of any and all donations for this worthwhile community project.”