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Who Knows? – May 19, 2013

FIND IT… DONATE IT…

QUESTIONS?

Who has a location to hold a fundraiser for a cancer patient preferably in the Victor/Farmington/Canandaigua area?

Free Donations Available To Nonprofit Organizations Only
Who could use a Wurlitzer spinet piano?
Who could use a cable ready, 27” console Zenith TV with attached VCR?
Who could use assorted quilling supplies, paper, and books?

Donations Needed for a Nonprofit Organization
Who could donate a working riding lawnmower to a children’s summer camp?
Who could donate men’s ties?
Who could donate an air conditioner with remote?
Who could donate DVD player with remote?
Who could donate used wheelchairs?

 

ANSWERS

About information, photos, antidotes, etc. about the late Honeoye Falls airport: Call 727-1572.

Free Donations Available To Nonprofit Organizations Only
About a Veterans group that collects canceled stamps: Call 359-1089 or 967-2797.
About a large amount of empty shoeboxes: Call 346-5259, 315-690-1489.
About commercial type propane fired grill: Call 335-4744.

Donations Needed for a Nonprofit Organization
About plants, bulbs and/or gardening tools to a Girl Scout Junior Troop for a community gardening project: Call 381-5740.
About birthday party supplies for a girls’ youth group community service projects: Call 335-7688.

 

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Who Can Volunteer…

Crossroads House
Sarah Veazey, vc@crossroadshouse.com, (585)343-3892; 11 Liberty St., PO Box 403, Batavia, NY 14021;
www.crossroadshouse.com
Volunteers needed for direct resident care, office work, fundraising, grounds keeping and cleaning and organizing. We are always looking for bakers as well. There is nothing better than a nice warm plate of cookies or brownies! Crossroads House is an alternative to a hospital or nursing home stay when care can no longer be provided in a patient’s own home. It is a comfort care home serving Genesee and Wyoming counties, with the staff and trained volunteers providing care to those who have been medically determined to be in the last three months of their lives. Volunteering here
allows you to put love into action. It opens hearts and fosters understanding, compassion and cooperation among individuals. Don’t forget to look us up on Facebook at Crossroads House Batavia!

HFH Genesee County NY
Tasia Boland, (585) 345-1656, info@geneseehabitat.com;
PO Box 711, Batavia, NY 14020; www.geneseehabitat.com
Volunteers needed to help us turn a house into a home at 11 Harvester Ave. All skill levels welcome. We also need volunteers to help us at our Habitat Center at 230 Ellicott St. to get our retail store ReStore open. Our work days are Tues. 5pm-8pm. Wed. 9am-3pm and Sat. 9am-3pm.

Visiting Nurse Service/Meals On Wheels
Julie Malley, jmalley@vnsnet.com, (585) 787-8326;
2180 Empire Blvd., Webster, NY 14580; www.vnsnet.com
Meals On Wheels Needs Volunteers! Hot meals, warm smiles, independence, and peace of mind. Meals On Wheels delivers this and more to the homebound, elderly, or ill through a dedicated volunteer force. Since 1958, this Visiting Nurse Service program has nourished the health and spirit of thousands in need. Delivering a route takes just about an hour and we have routes all throughout Monroe County and in the City of Rochester. You can volunteer weekly, monthly or seasonally! Information on how you can get started volunteering can be found on our website at www.vnsnet.com under the Meals on Wheels tab or by calling the Volunteer Services office at (585) 787-8326.

 

 

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