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Winter Supply Drive

Below is a listing of the organizations each of our locations have selected as one of the beneficiaries of our winter supply drive. While each location has their own beneficiary for the supplies (who may have specific needs), we will gladly accept ALL supplies at ALL locations. Supplies we will accept: gently used and new coats, gloves, boots, socks, scarves, ear-muffs, etc for all age groups and genders.

We will be accepting donations now through Friday, December 1st. Our goal is to get these much needed items to those in need before the extremely cold weather hits.

North Garden – 
The Bridge provides men mentoring, vocational skills, education and relationships needed to bridge the gap from addiction to a productive life. The Bridge Ministry works in Central Virginia to transform the lives of troubled men and their families through a faith-based program grounded on the tenets of historic Christianity, and to provide the mentoring, skills, and relationships they need to “bridge” the gap from bondage to productive community and family life.

Scottsville – 
Scottsville Baptist Church actively promotes the betterment of the community by extending a helping hand. Their clothing closet is just one of the many ways in which the Church supports those in need.

Tysons Corner – 
The Falls Church Homeless Shelter exists to better the lives of single adults who are experiencing homelessness in the Falls Church area by providing temporary shelter, and assisting these individuals with accessing permanent affordable housing and other services needed to maintain a stable housing environment. In partnership with New Hope Housing, the Shelter provides warm beds, meals, and counseling to the homeless in Falls Church from November through April, and offers year round case management for Shelter residents.

East High –
The Shelter for Help in Emergency is committed to providing a safe, supportive, confidential, and respectful environment in which survivors of domestic violence are empowered with the knowledge of personal and community resources as well as the skills needed to make informed decisions for themselves and their families.