Vital’s 2004 Giving Guide

By - Nov 1st, 2004 02:52 pm
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At the holidays, we remember that is truly better to give than to receive. In that spirit, Vital Source offers a guide to giving in the Milwaukee area.

Toys for TotsDonations of new Contact Sgt. Penny Knade 414-481-3860

American Red Cross (Greater Milwaukee Chapter)Monetary donations and

Blood Center of Southeastern WisconsinBlood donations and

Make a Wish Foundation of WisconsinMonetary and frequent flyer mile donations and

Ronald McDonald House of MilwaukeeMonetary donations and volunteers.

Sojourner Truth HouseMonetary donations, used clothing and volunteers.

Volunteer Center of MilwaukeeVolunteers for a variety of

Hope HouseDonations of food, furniture and household

Salvation Army of Greater MilwaukeeMonetary donations and volunteers.

United Community CenterMonetary donations and

Northcott Neighborhood HouseMonetary donations and

United Way of Greater MilwaukeeMonetary donations.

Independence FirstMonetary donations.

Easter Seals of Southeastern WisconsinMonetary donations


Repairers of the BreachMonetary donations, toiletries, large size clothing and household

Casa Maria Hospitality HouseDonations of food, clothing, household goods and appliances are needed.Pick up is

COA Youth and Family CenterMonetary donations and

America’s Second Harvest of WisconsinMonetary and food

Hunger Task Force, Inc.Monetary and food

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