Wednesday, November 26, 2014

How you can help the Bowery Mission this holiday season

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The Bowery Mission is prepping to serve its 135th Thanksgiving.

According to the Times, the Mission's volunteer slots are full, but they are accepting donations 24/7 at 227 Bowery near Prince Street.

Per the Times:

Milk, butter and eggs are especially welcome; they’ve got the turkeys and potatoes covered.

Pork, beef and chicken are also gladly received, as the charity continues to serve three meals a day.

There are other ways to donate year-round at the Bowery Mission. Find that list here.

Meanwhile, Gothamist compiled a list of places where you can donate and volunteer this holiday season. Head right here.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

If you really want to help consider volunteering during the spring/summer. They ALWAYS need help. They get too many people now. They will be looking for volunteers in July. They work 365 days a year. If you can help please consider helping after the holidays if you.can. If EV Grieve could repost this in early 2015 it would be great.