It’s that time of year again. The Shoe Crew Water Project is back!
Help Madison County Government by donating your old shoes! If we collect 15,000 pairs of shoes, a water well in Panama will be named for Madison County! Facebook Link
We are collecting shoes October 31 to November 10 from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm in the lobby areas of Madison County Administration Building & Madison County Health Department. Please help support this great cause.
All types of shoes including athletic, running, dress, sandals, pumps, heels, work boots, cleats, dance, flip flops. (Please, no house slippers). As long as they do not have holes in them, they accept them! Shoes should be rubber-banded or tied together for donation.
Electronics Recycling @ St. Boniface
Saturday, September 10th
9:00 a.m. – Noon
St. Boniface Parish will be offering E-waste (electronics) recycling on Saturday, September 10, from 9:00 a.m. – Noon. Bring anything with a cord or metal – your old printers, computer towers, laptops, servers, network gear, radios, gaming systems, cell phones, Christmas lights — anything with a cord — to the St. Boniface parking lot for recycling. Sorry, but the recycling centers can no longer accept TVs, unless they are flat screens.
School is almost out for the summer! African Vision of Hope is collecting “gently” used school supplies and Black Graduation Caps & Gowns. Can’t Help – Please like African Vision of Hope on Facebook and learn about their Misson.
compasses, pens, pencils, rulers, erasers, book bags, protractors, notebooks, glue sticks, cinch/drawstring bags, running shoes
Black Graduation Caps & Gowns
Be part of the celebration! Do you have a black cap and gown you can donate to our graduating students? Contact us at 618.288.7695, email@example.com
All supplies can be dropped off at their office in Maryville – behind Subway. 8 Professional Park Dr Maryville, IL (618) 288-7695. Your child’s used school supplies are treasures for our students and help them achieve academic success!
Is your basement overflowing with stuff you keep meaning to get rid of? Skip the hassle of a garage sale and bring your quality reusable clothing and household items to the parking lot of Madison Mutual Insurance. Metro East Humane Society Donation Drive.
Saturday, April 16, 9am – noon, Madison Mutual Insurance parking lot, 1 Mutual Court, Edwardsville. The Savers store in Fairview Heights will have trucks ready to collect donations. You receive a tax receipt and Metro East Humane Society benefits as well. The money raised will be used to help care for homeless dogs and cats in our shelter.
More about Savers
Are you looking to donate some of your excess Easter candy? Maybe you can’t pass up a 90% off deal at the store? Please contact Betsy Sawyer at Kbjsaw@hotmail.com. She is a volunteer for several homeless outreach programs.
Edwardsville EHS EPIC students are collecting gently used purses and drawstring bags for the homeless. They also need items to fill the bags – Non perishable food (snack size cheese crackers, granola bars, bags of nuts, slim-jims, trail mix, raisins, fruit cups, etc) travel size shampoo, feminine hygiene products, toothbrushes/toothpaste, soap & deodorant, card/travel size games. Collection Ends April 22nd.
Stop by the Home and Garden show this Saturday at MEHS – to drop off the following items to recycle / donate:
- MERS Goodwill accepting donations (no TVs, CRT Monitors, Mattresses, Box Springs, large appliances or chemicals)
- Scott Credit Union sponsored on-site shredding (Shred It) 10-2 Saturday)
- Drop-off site for the Shoeman Water Project
Shoes should be (new or used) without holes in them, rubber-band pairs together or tie them together. All shoes are going to benefit the shoeman water projects.
The home and garden show is a major fund-raiser for MELHS. The Bank of Edwardsville is the main sponsor for the show.
Please donate your old Prom dress to Junior Service Club –
Every girl should feel like a princess on that special day…Prom!
The JSC Boutique provides formal wear to girls who could not otherwise afford to attend their Prom. Through donations of new and gently used formal dresses and accessories, we are able to “Turn Dresses into Dreams” for Junior and Senior high school girls. The JSC Prom Dress Boutique provides an unforgettable and amazing experience. From the moment a princess dances through our doors they are greeted with an environment of kindness and respect.
We make a commitment that each girl will be treated with kindness and respect from each volunteer from the moment she enters the JSC Boutique. She will not only leave with a beautiful dress, but also with a renewed confidence in herself.
JSC Prom Dress Boutique
Looking for something for your teens to do over the holidays? Have them clean out their closets! Help the Illinois JusticeCorps celebrate the 2016 MLK Day of Service by donating new and gently used clothing for children ages 12-17 in the Foster Care Program!!!
Donation Collection will begin December 1,2015 through January 10, 2016.
Items Needed: Shoes, socks, underwear, T-shirts, sweatshirts, long sleeve shirts, hats, jackets, coats, gloves, jeans, personal hygiene items, and book bags.
Where: Madison County Courthouse
155 N. Main St.
Edwardsville, IL 62025
A collection box will be next to the information desk in the courthouse.
The Madison County Circuit Court Supports this project.
Both Liberty and Lincoln Middle Schools will be collecting new toys and non perishable food for the their annual drive.
FIT and GO students have wrapped boxes in preparation for the annual toy and food drive. Please consider sending in new, unwrapped toys and non-perishable food items. Donations will be accepted November 30 through December 11. Thank you for supporting our local families.