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Yearly Collections

During the year we collect for these projects below and distribute the items to each organization in December.

Coupons for Military Families

Military families stationed overseas can use coupons up to 6 months after their expiration date. The coupons can be sent as soon as they expire, or even before they expire.

In general, military commissaries can only accept regular manufacturer’s coupons such as from newspaper inserts, coupon mailings, store displays and coupons you may receive directly from the manufacturer. BOGO coupons are also acceptable. At this time, “In Store Only” coupons are not accepted.

Brookwood Florida

Each year we supply each girl at Brookwood Florida, a therapeutic group home for 50 teen girls between the age of 11 to 21, with a bag filled with $20-$25 worth of items:

  • hair ties

  • nail polish
body wash

  • perfume

  • two pairs of low cut socks

  • journal
$10 gift card

  • Cloth type purse

St. Judes Ranch Greeting Card Collection

The greeting card project recycles used greeting cards and creates new holiday and all-occasion greeting cards. Recycled cards are sold to support their programs and services for abused, neglected and homeless children, young adults and families.

The program is beneficial to everyone – customers receive fun, “green” holiday or other occasion cards they can feel good sending to their friends and loved ones, and the children at St. Jude’s Ranch receive payment for their work and learn basic job skills and the importance of recycling.

Volunteer Projects

Each year we do many volunteer projects in the Saint Petersburg, Florida and Tampa Bay area.  Below lists a variety of the projects but not all.  We add in new projects based off recommendations of our club memebers.

Fisher House Dinner Preparation

We cook a meal at Fisher House, a temporary lodging program at the Bay Pines VA that assists families of acutely hospitalized veterans.  Only 10 participants are allowed in the kitchen the day of the event due to safety regulations.  Juniors not participating on the day of are asked to donate food if possible.

Blankets for Cancer Treatment Patients

Juniors make fleece blankets for cancer patients currently undergoing chemotherapy at a local cancer treatment center.  Blankets are made from large squares of fleece fabric with the edges cut into fringe and tied.  Blankets are given to the patients by the treatment center to keep, with an uplifting note from our club.

Boyd Hill Preserve Cleanup

Juniors will volunteer to assist with park cleanup at Boyd Hill Nature Preserve based on the organization’s needs at that time. Boyd Hill Nature Preserve spans across a unique microcosm of Florida landforms in its 240 acre wilderness.

CASA – Collections

During a montly meeting we will collect canned goods, clothing and personal care items for the CASA Shelter. Shelter residents receive emergency clothing, food, personal care items, and ongoing individual and group empowerment support. CASA’s vision is a community without violence so that home is a safe place.

Molly’s Adopt a Sailor Packing Party

Molly’s Adopt a Sailor program sends “love” to deployed US military personnel via cards, letters, and care packages. Juniors assist with collecting supplies for the care packages and pack the supplies when a local Packing Party is held.

St. Vincent de Paul: Feed the Homeless

The St. Vincent de Paul food center prepares and serves hundreds of clients three meals a day to homeless individuals in St. Petersburg.  Junior members will volunteer to assist with serving these meals.

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