March 24, 2014
For Cedar Hills’ first annual Family Festival service project, we have decided to team up with the Escalera and Launfal Foundations to help build schools and provide 1,000 feminine hygiene kits to people in desperate need living in the high mountains of Chiapas in Southern Mexico. Monetary donations will go directly towards school construction and hygiene kits. If you prefer to donate supplies for the kits, the list is as follows:
- Hand towels
- Wash cloths
- Safety pins
- Yellow Playtex rubber gloves (one size fits all)
- Bars of soap
- Ziploc snack bags
- Ziploc gallon bags
The supplies will be collected at the City office, 10246 N. Canyon Road, in a box in the front entry. Send monetary donations by check, made out to the City of Cedar Hills, to: City of Cedar Hills, Chiapas Service Project, 10246 N Canyon Road, Cedar Hills, Utah 84602. Cash donations should be made in person at the front desk. Donations made by credit or debit card may be made at the City’s front desk by calling 801-785-9668, ext. 100.
In conjunction with Family Festival week, we will hold a service project event on Wednesday, June 25, at 6:00pm at the Community Recreation Center in the Vista Room, where we will assemble the kits. Our goal is to put together 1,000 kits, so we need lots of people to show up!
Questions? Call Marisa Wright, service project coordinator, at 801-900-1036, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.