We provide 5,000 “StreetPacks” for our street communities
Our 19th Year of providing Warm Wishes!
Each “StreetPack” is filled with NEW gloves, scarf, hat, rain poncho, socks and holiday card made by local school children to offer warmth and Warm Wishes! during the coldest months of the year. Filled “StreetPacks “ are distributed throughout the entire Bay Area through over 40 agencies and on the streets by volunteers~ like YOU!
Call 415- 472-0211 or visit www.warmwishes.org to volunteer or donate.
Send your tax deductible donation to:
5800 Northgate Mall Ste 250
San Rafael, CA 94903
We need your support this holiday season to continue to serve the following agencies: Adopt a Family, Asian Women’s Shelter, BOSS – Building Opportunity for Self Sufficiency, BOSS – Oakland, BOSS Berkeley – MASC Multi Agency Service Center, Helen Vine-Buckelew, Catholic Charities Family Support Center, Cedars, Conservation Corps North Bay, Cotts Shelter, Faithful Fools Street Ministry, Interfaith Winter Shelter, Family Service Agency, Gilead House, Homeward Bound, Interfaith Street Chaplaincy/Shelter, Marin Juvenile Hall and Probation, La Casa De Las Madres ( SF), Lucas Valley Community Church, Marin City Clinic & The Outreach Collaborative, Ritter Center, San Geronimo Valley Community Center, Sacred Heart Church in Olema, SF Community Clinic Consortium @Street Outreach Services- Mobile Medical Vans, St. Anthony’s, St. Vincent’s Dining Hall, Stinson Bolinas School, Sunny Hills, Timothy Murphy School for Boys, Urban Ministry/InnVision, West Marin Services West Marin Services, Westminster Church, Novato Human Needs Center, Thursday Soup Kitchen, Chinatown Community Development Center, American Red Cross, Treasure Island Permanent Housing, Compass Community Services, St. Joseph’s Family Center, W.O.M.A.N….and on the streets throughout the Bay Area…
Volunteer on Saturday, December 1, 2012, 9:00AM SHARP!
Help us assemble Warm Wishes “StreetPacks” at:
Unity In Marin
600 Palm Drive
Novato, CA 94947
Suggested donation: Adults $10.00/children FREE (no one turned away!)
“I wondered why somebody didn’t do something, then I realized I was somebody.”