ISOH/IMPACT collecting supplies for flood victims - News, Weather, Sports, Toledo, OH

ISOH/IMPACT collecting supplies for flood victims

From a news release:

PERRYSBURG, OH - In response to the heavy rains and flooding that continue to impact Northwest Ohio and the entire Midwest region of the United States, ISOH/IMPACT is accepting donations of relief supplies to aid the victims.

Supplies most needed at this time:

Canned & Non-Perishable Food Items Bottled Water

Baby Items & Diapers Paper Towels & Toilet Paper

Personal Care & Toiletry Items (shampoo, soap, toothbrushes etc.)

Tarps, Ropes, Large trash bags Flashlights & Batteries

Laundry Detergent, Borax & Bleach Disinfectant cleaners

Buckets & Lids Mops/Mop Heads, Brooms

Sponges/Scrubbing Pads Cleaning Towels

Gloves and masks (protection from mold and mildew)

Bank Gift Cards for groceries & building supplies

Fuel Gift Cards

Cash donations to help offset packaging, transportation and shipping costs

**Please, no glass items or clothing

Donations can be dropped off at ISOH/IMPACT's Waterville warehouse located at 905 Farnsworth Rd. in Waterville, OH. There is a P.O.D. container on site for after-hours drop-offs. Cash donations for the flood relief effort can be made online at www.isohimpact.org, by calling 419.878.8548, or sent to the main office at 25182 W. River Road, Perrysburg, Ohio 43551. (Thank you to Gary Briggs of Products Forwarding Corporation for donating the use of the P.O.D.)

For more information and an online version of this press release, please visit www.isohimpact.org.

CONTACT INFO:

Linda A. Greene, President/CEO

ISOH/IMPACT

Tel. 419.878.8548

ministries@isohimpact.org

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