King's Harvest needs gifts for the poor and homeless children


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Posted Online: Nov. 28, 2012, 11:06 am
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Press release submitted by King's Harvest


KING'S HARVEST NEEDS WRAPPED CHRISTMAS GIFTS FOR THE POOR AND HOMELESS CHILDREN IN THE QUAD CITIES.

King's Harvest wants the poor and homeless children to have a joyful Christmas. The organization is
having a Kid's Christmas Party on December 15th at King's Harvest located at 824 W. 3rd Street in
Downtown Davenport. The event will be for approximately 150 poor and homeless children. King's
Harvest needs donated wrapped Christmas gifts for this event.
King's Harvest needs donated toys for kids ages 0-17 years. The toys need to be gift wrapped and marked boy or girl on the outside and the age range. Gifts need to be dropped off no later than December 12th.
Drop off times are Wednesdays and Fridays between 10:00 am and 2:00 pm and Saturdays between 7:00 am and 11:00 am. Please go to the back door and ring the buzzer.
For pet lovers, the organization also needs canned cat food and Tidy cat clumping cat liter.
King's Harvest is a non-profit 501c(3) organization that serves the poor and homeless in the Quad Cities and is located in Downtown Davenport. They offer the following services to the less fortunate: hot meals, shelters, groceries, pet assistance, and various other emergency needs.
If you would like more information about this topic please call Terri Gleize of King's Harvest Ministries at 563-570-4536.




















 




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