Seminole ‘Sparkle Up’ Drive Benefits Clients of PEMHS
The Seminole Women’s Club is collecting personal hygiene and cleaning products for families who are clients of PEMHS.
SEMINOLE – The Seminole Women’s Club in partnership with Mayor Leslie Waters has kicked off a month-long “Red, White and Blue Sparkle Up” drive to benefit clients of Personal Enrichment Through Mental Health Services.
The drive, which will run through the end of July, focuses on collecting cleaning, dental, and personal hygiene products for the scores of families who are clients of PEMHS mental health. So many families barely have funds for essentials, and contributions of cleaning supplies, brooms, mops, brushes; tooth paste and brushes, and soap and shampoo, etc. would really “sparkle-up” families and homes, Waters said.
There will be a red-white-blue laundry basket in the front entrance of Seminole City Hall, 9199 113th St. When full, the basket’s contents will be delivered to PEMHS for distribution to its clients.
“The citizens, churches, schools, and civic organizations of Seminole are always generous with their giving. Hopefully we can collect ‘sparkle-up’ supplies during the month of July,” Waters said. “I’ve made my purchases already at the Dollar Tree, including a few items for me!”
For information, contact Waters at (727) 391-0204, ext.102, or email@example.com.
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