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Somebody needs you

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Somebody Needs You aims to match donors with needy area residents.

The list of requests is coordinated by the Volunteers of America in cooperation with social service agencies in Spokane.

If you have an item to donate, please contact the agency listed below. Donors who can deliver items are especially appreciated.

Low-income family needs lamps and beds – twin, double and queen. Contact Belle at American Indian Community Center, 535-0886.

Single mom with three children needs kitchenware, dishes, silverware, pots and pans and curtains. Contact Belle at American Indian Community Center, 535-0886.

Low-income single mother needs a full or queen bed. Contact Billie at TLC, 328-4359.

Single parent requests Riverfront Park passes for children. Single parent requests plastic swimming pool. Single parent requests outdoor pool toys, table with chairs and umbrella. For all the above, contact Pam at St Margaret’s Shelter, 624-9788.

Homeless children going to summer camp need duffle bags. Contact Kim at YWCA, 326-1190, ext. 117.

Senior disabled female would like a volunteer with a parrot to visit her. Contact Jesse at Catholic Charities, 326-2023.

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