Truckloads of Hope 2020

March 2nd, 2020 by

Milnes Chevrolet in Lapeer County, MI is partnering with Capuchin Services Center to help give homeless individuals an essential, but often overlooked, element of life. With your help, we will be filling beds of Silverados with donations of everyday items such as, shower supplies and household staples. Donations will directly benefit the Capuchin Services Center’s Shower Program, which provides those less fortunate with shower access and freshly laundered clothing.

Visit our showroom during the month of March and place donations in the back of the Silverado truck bed.

  • WISH LIST
    Sheets (full & twin size)
    Blankets (full & twin size)
    Laundry detergent (42oz or 64oz)
    Hand and bath towels
    Travel deodorant
    Travel shaving cream
    Travel hand sanitizer
    Disposable razors
    Soap
    Shampoo
    Toothbrushes
    Toothpaste
    Baby wipes
    Dryer sheets
    Socks
    Underwear

Truckloads of Hope

Founded in 1929, the Capuchin Soup Kitchen serves Metro Detroit by providing food, clothing, and human development programs to the people of our community. In addition to preparing and serving up to 2,000 meals a day, it operates a shower program, emergency food pantry, and a tutoring and art therapy program for children. It also distributes household items and clothing. Its Earthworks Urban Farm harvests six tons of produce from a two and a half acre organic farm, and educates the community in regards to sustainable relationships between human beings and the earth. The Soup Kitchen’s On the Rise Bakery assists individuals “re-entering” society after bouts of incarceration or substance abuse. In addition, the Capuchin Soup Kitchen’s Jefferson House, a twelve bed residential treatment facility, assists indigent males seeking to reclaim their lives from addiction.

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