Good Neighbors Group

Kits for Homeless

Good Neighbors Group is collecting items to make 100 kits for men and women who are homeless and surviving in Anne Arundel County. Kits will be distributed through several groups that serve people who are living in tent encampments in Annapolis and Brooklyn Park areas. Quantities listed are totals needed. However, you may sign up for as many or as few as you would like. 

Items are being collected through 9/28 and can be dropped off at GNG HQ in West Severna Park.  Email [email protected] for address if needed.

Thank you for your generosity and for thinking of others. 

Julie

Created by:   Julie Shay
 
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Available Slot

Bottled water (100)

 
All slots filled
Jacquelynne Shade (40)
500ml bottles
Abbie Ellicott (20)
I can bring 80 bottles total
Abbie Ellicott (20)
I can bring 80 bottles total
Abbie Ellicott (20)
I can bring 80 bottles total

Women's socks (50)

 
2 of 50 slots filled
Chris Myers
Kati Elliott

Men's Socks (50)

 
2 of 50 slots filled
Chris Myers
Kati Elliott

Individual packs: crackers or pretzels (100)

 
All slots filled
Abbie Ellicott (20)
I can bring 100 bags total
Abbie Ellicott (20)
I will bring100 bags total
Abbie Ellicott (20)
I can bring 100 total
Abbie Ellicott (20)
I can bring 100 total
Abbie Ellicott (20)
I can bring 100 bags total

Individual packs: trail mix/nuts/dried fruit (100)

 
72 of 100 slots filled
Nancy Rando (72)

Granola/breakfast bars (100)

 
All slots filled
Nancy Rando (84)
Chris Myers (2)
Jess Gorski (14)

feminine hygiene products (50)

will pack several in ziplock bags

 
18 of 50 slots filled
Donna Morris
Elaine Bachmann
Jacquelynne Shade (16)
16 tampons +36 and panty liners

travel size soaps/shower gel (100)

 

travel size shampoo (100)

 

shaving cream (100)

 

lip balm (100)

 
20 of 100 slots filled
Marjorie Centofanti (20)

travel size toothpaste (100)

 

toothbrush (100)

 

comb or brush (100)

 

washcloth (100)

 


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